Research & Techniques

The Finding Your Win Technique

Deputy Director Deb Radloff has developed a one-of-kind model of self-development designed to personalize our route to empowerment. In a society bogged down by instant gratification it’s easy to get overwhelmed when we feel like our efforts to “become something better” are flailing. This is especially true for children and families who have experienced trauma. Deb’s technique guides us through the joy of believing – helping youth to find their wins – big and small – every step of the journey toward healing.

Click here to learn more about Finding Your Win.

Studies and News Articles

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Decoding Traumatic Memory Patterns at the Cellular Level

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The Easy Way To Start Exercising

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Diet May Be As Important To Mental Health As It Is To Physical Health

Educating the Heart

What Science Is Telling Us About The Heart’s Intuitive Intelligence

How Your MP3 Player can be your Best Meditation Tool Ever

Meditation: A simple, fast way to reduce stress

Meditation Health Benefits: What the Practice Does to Your Body

Meditation: What You Need to Know

Mindfulness Meditation May Ease Anxiety

Neoliberalism Has Brought Out the Worst in Us

Religion Without God

A Coloring Book For Adults

Relevant TED Talks

Developmental Psychology Frameworks

Strengthening Families

Youth Thrive

Promoting Wellness

Wholeheartedness

Narrative Construction

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