Having someone who will take our call, no matter how late or early or frequent when we are grieving is a gift that has no price tag because it is priceless.
The Foundation has been at the forefront of the evolution of emergency management, combining the head heart approach for a fully-integrated response to survivors of traumatic loss. The new series, Consciousness@Work will replace the popular Wednesday Wisdom and awareness@work articles
The intention of the Foundation’s series awareness@work is to shed light on how leaders within business organizations today are responding to those impacted by a crisis in the workplace. Whether one person (customer, employee, family member) or a group of people experiencing trauma, many organizations are initiating change in how they respond.
The Quick Quote series features true stories which illustrate how the QPR approach to preventing suicide can be applied.
Wednesday Wisdom writings are based on lessons learned from 30 plus years of working with responders and survivors of traumatic losses of work place tragedy.
“The difference between empathic distress and healthy compassion is our ability to keep our own nervous system steady.” I have often been challenged by employers and trainees as to when caring becomes too much. When we are in the role
In the weeks that have passed since MH370 disappeared, I have repeatedly heard friends, family, and news reporters talk about how important it is to find the aircraft so that
Numerous international philosophers, biologists, and scientific experts, along with many spiritual writers, predicted that a global shift in consciousness would occur in 2012. A common theme in these changes involved
“Humankind has not woven the web of life. We are but one thread within it. Whatever we do to the web, we do to ourselves. All things are bound together.
Each time I hear this statement or a similar one from an organizational leader, I am reminded of a quote by Martin Luther King, Jr.— “Never, never, be afraid to
Many people were convinced that the world would end on December 21, 2012. We are now well into 2013 and we are still here! So what was all the hoopla
Last holiday season I gave several friends Cami Walker’s book 29 Gifts: How a Month of Giving Can Change your life. The book is about her experience of doing something for another
In Erich Fromm’s book Revolution of Hope (1968), he spoke of a movement that would combine the wish for profound social change with a new spiritual perspective. It’s aim would be the