Month: September 2021

Conscious Discipline

Sep 23, 2021 Comments Off on Conscious Discipline

One of the main goals of YWCA Spokane’s ECEAP (Early Childhood Education & Assistance Program) is kindergarten readiness. A big part of becoming ready for kindergarten is developing social-emotional skills. To support this growth, we use a social-emotional curriculum called Conscious Discipline. Conscious Discipline (or CD) is a trauma-informed and…

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Your Business Can Take Action This DVAM

Sep 20, 2021 Comments Off on Your Business Can Take Action This DVAM

DVAM | Donate | Chalk Walk | YW Table Talk | Survive To Thrive | Pathways Forward | Business Call To Action YWCA Spokane Invites Local Businesses To Shine A Light For Survivors During Domestic Violence Action Month (DVAM) Together, We Inspire Real & Lasting Change This October, for national…

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From Survive To Thrive

Sep 20, 2021 Comments Off on From Survive To Thrive

Content developed by YWCA Spokane Domestic Violence Action Month Committee. From Survive To Thrive DV Educational Series Welcome! It is our goal at YWCA Spokane to help spread awareness and education about what Intimate Partner Domestic Violence is, how it impacts our community, and what we can do to create…

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Intersectionality

Sep 20, 2021 Comments Off on Intersectionality

Content developed by YWCA Spokane Domestic Violence Action Month Committee. An Educational Series About Intimate Partner Domestic Violence To prepare you for success while taking our From Survive To Thrive educational series, we would like to talk about intersectionality and other definitions that will help provide you with a foundation…

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Physiological Needs

Sep 20, 2021 Comments Off on Physiological Needs

Content developed by YWCA Spokane Domestic Violence Action Month Committee. YWCA Spokane’s From Survive to Thrive Educational Series We will be exploring the importance of meeting the most basic human needs, physiological needs, during the process of healing from intimate partner domestic violence. DV Education Series: | Intersectionality | Physiological | Safety…

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Safety Needs

Sep 20, 2021 Comments Off on Safety Needs

Content developed by YWCA Spokane Domestic Violence Action Month Committee. YWCA Spokane’s From Survive to Thrive Educational Series During situations of intimate partner domestic violence, survivors are often left with unknown and limited options to ensure safety for themselves and their families. DV Education Series: | Intersectionality | Physiological | Safety |…

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Love & Belonging

Sep 20, 2021 Comments Off on Love & Belonging

Content developed by YWCA Spokane Domestic Violence Action Month Committee. YWCA Spokane’s From Survive to Thrive Educational Series Today’s challenge will be focused on love and belonging, specifically through the experiences of transgender survivors of intimate partner violence. DV Education Series: | Intersectionality | Physiological | Safety | Love & Belonging |…

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Esteem

Sep 20, 2021 Comments Off on Esteem

Content developed by YWCA Spokane Domestic Violence Action Month Committee. YWCA Spokane’s From Survive to Thrive Educational Series Today, we are continuing our journey through Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, specifically looking at level 5: Esteem. We focus primarily on some of the ways survivors meet their esteem needs and how…

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Self-Actualization

Sep 20, 2021 Comments Off on Self-Actualization

Content developed by YWCA Spokane Domestic Violence Action Month Committee. YWCA Spokane’s From Survive to Thrive Educational Series This Post Will Take a Look At A Survivor’s Experience of Self-Actualization. DV Education Series: | Intersectionality | Physiological | Safety | Love & Belonging | Esteem | Self-Actualization | Thank You WARNING: A…

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Thank You

Sep 20, 2021 Comments Off on Thank You

Thank You For Joining YWCA For Our From Survive to Thrive Series It is our hope that you walk away with a deeper sense of what survivors go through, what resources are available, and how you can help. Change Requires Action From All Of Us Domestic Violence is a community…

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