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Parents Partner Project is an invaluable resource for parents learning to manage their own emotional health. At Parents Partner Project, we recognize that self-care is critical for managing life's struggles. Our aim is to provide parents with access to educational materials, counseling, and support services to help in the journey of self-care.

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Truama Helping Kids Cope with Traumatic Events

The Psychology Today website provides a valuable resource for parents who are helping their children cope with traumatic events. It offers information and advice on how to recognize traumatic reactions in children, how to talk to them about the event, and how to provide emotional support. Additionally, the site provides links to other organizations that provide support for families affected by trauma. The website is an invaluable tool for parents, offering guidance on how to help their children heal and cope with traumatic events.


Self-Care Work Sheet

The worksheet is designed to help individuals reflect on their experiences, develop coping skills, and gain insight into their feelings and reactions. It is available to download in PDF format and can be used to facilitate conversations with a therapist or peer-support group. The worksheets can also be used as a stand-alone tool to help individuals better understand their self-care strategies.


Self-Care Planning Guide For Individuals 

The Healing Trust is a nonprofit grant-making foundation in Nashville, Tennessee that provides resources to organizations and individuals working to address trauma-related issues. The Trust's website offers a comprehensive planning guide with tips and resources to help organizations create successful trauma-informed programs.


Seven Types of Self-Care Activities for Coping with Stress

When we experience a traumatic event, our minds and bodies go into survival mode, which makes it difficult to focus on our own needs. We are often so focused on just getting through the day that we forget to take care of ourselves. That's why it's important to be aware of the resources available to help us cope with trauma and learn how to practice self-care. These resources can include support groups, therapy, and educational resources to help us better understand and manage our trauma. With the right support, we can learn how to manage our stress and take better care of ourselves.

Need More Support? 

Visit our Resources page to view our Cedar Valley resources! 

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