Resilience News

Interview with Courtney O’Connor

It is important now more than ever to embrace and celebrate what connects us: our resilience. This month, we’re shining a spotlight on Courtney O’Connor, Social Media Manager of Revival Recordings, a partner of Our Music My Body. Read our interview to hear from Courtney about stopping sexual harassment in the music scene and what we can all do to bring a culture of consent to live music.

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Interview with Bobby Mannis

It is important now more than ever to embrace and celebrate what connects us: our resilience. This month, we’re shining a spotlight on Bobby Manis, Resilience Associate Board member and Evening of Impact Host Committee member. Read our interview to hear from Bobby about getting involved in Resilience and the role men can play in preventing gender-based violence. 

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Interview with Alexa Diego

It is important now more than ever to embrace and celebrate what connects us: our resilience. This month, we’re shining a spotlight on Meet Alexa Diego, MA, LPC, NCC, Resilience Trauma Intervention Specialist and member of Resilience’s Spanish Speaking Committee. Read our interview below to hear from Alexa about Trauma Therapy and how we can support the Spanish-speaking community at Resilience. 

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Art Therapy Support Group

Connect with other survivors of sexual violence in weekly group sessions while using art expression as a coping strategy and contemplative practice to deepen meaning and understanding of difficult experiences, healing processes, and transitions. There is no expectation for trauma history disclosure or previous artmaking experience necessary. Group members will use art mediums of their choice and other materials that can be gathered on your own.

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Queer Survivors Support Group Waitlist

Due to popular demand, we have set up a waitlist for the Queer Survivors Support Group.  Please see below for the flier and link.

In this group, sexual violence survivors will connect with other queer survivors of sexual violence in weekly sessions to help participants support each other with difficult experiences, the healing process, and transitions. This group will be facilitated by Katie Forrest, LSW.

This 10-week support group is open to adult survivors 18+, all genders welcome. No previous experience needed.

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Interview with Michelle Morrow

This year, we’re continuing to celebrate the people who make #OurResilience possible by telling the stories of our incredible clients, staff, volunteers, and supporters. As our community grows, we need to embrace and celebrate what connects us: our resilience. This month, we’re shining a spotlight on Michelle D. Morrow, Ed.D. Michelle is the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Chair of the Resilience Associate Board.

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