The CARE PodcastNov 20, 2019
Care - E05 - Carrie Kohler
In this episode, a special guest host, Carrie Kohler, interviews Kate. Join us as Kate shares stories from the early days of the Institute, and answers the oft posed question: "Why collective trauma response?"
If you are interested in Mental/Emotional/Spiritual Care or in disaster response, these stories will resonate. Are you a volunteer, or interested in trauma-informed education? Are you already involved in a career in disaster response but looking for new creative solutions? Listen in!
Care - E04 - Keith McLellan
CARE - E03 - Erin Jantz
Kate Wiebe and Erin Jantz discuss the Village of Care. Erin shares her experience and research in the ways Spiritual Direction and trauma or disaster intersect. She shares trauma informed tips for whole community care, thoughts on networking between various health professions, and some helpful resources for trauma training. Listen in!
CARE - E02 - Leah Kahn
Kate Wiebe and Leah Kahn discuss emergency management and community care, including learnings from Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Sandy. Leah shares tips on how to get involved as a volunteer, when donations don't help, the importance of public-private partnerships, and stories about community resilience that can be replicated in your community. Are you interested in volunteering in your community? Thinking about a career in emergency management? Are you already involved but looking for new creative solutions? Listen in!
CARE - E01 - Introduction
Welcome to the start of the CARE podcast, focused on Creative and Restorative Enterprising before, during, and after organizational or community-level loss. This podcast is a project of the Institute for Collective Trauma and Growth (ICTG).