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Let Go of Stress Using Your Therapeutic Tremor With Nkem Ndefo
Do you feel overworked and stressed out?
Do you know you can release some of that tension just be shaking it off?
Learn to let go of stress just by shaking it off! Nkem Ndefo taught me how to activate my “therapeutic tremor” by teaching me about TRE, which stands for Tension Release Exercise.
It’s amazing! Check out the video below of myself getting my shake on using TRE.
Nkem is a former nurse-midwife who started her career in public health working with the disadvantaged. She describes her career as a journey to solve the problem of chronic stress and trauma for us all. That’s a huge goal!
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By Nushra Mansuri, professional officer at the British Association of Social Workers
Watching the harrowing BBC drama series ‘Three Girls’ hit a raw nerve for me. In the late nineties, I worked for a third sector organisation and supported young women and girls who were homeless or in a housing crisis – many of whom were fleeing child sexual exploitation. A lot of the work focused on advocating to children’s social care, housing providers, education, police, health and many other services on their behalf.
Director of the Baltimore City Department of Social Services tells you just about everything you need to know about child welfare and foster care in America
Stress isn’t always a bad thing; it can be handy for a burst of extra energy and focus, like when you’re playing a competitive sport or have to speak in public. But when it’s continuous, it actually begins to change your brain.
Three unlikely women are brought together in NYC Family Court when one of them, a single mother, unexpectedly ends up losing custody of her children.
Kerry Littleford argues that mothers who have multiple children taken into care need help to stop it happening again.
As she shares her own story, Kerry makes the case for focusing not just on the children who have been taken into care, but the women whose problems haven’t gone away.
Producer: Giles Edwards.
Click below to listen.
Source: Four Thought
David Tobis founded the Fund for Social Change in 2002 and remained its executive director until 2012. The Fund administered collaborations between governments, service providers, communities and foundations. He was the executive director of the Child Welfare Fund from 1992 to 2009 which provided grants to increase the influence of parents and young people affected by the child welfare system in New York City.
Source: David Tobis