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Victim Resources

Victim Rights

Coping and Healing Resources

  • 1in6: For men whose lives have been disrupted by unwanted or abusive sexual experiences.

  • Becoming Safely Embodied: The work Deirdre promotes arises out of her life. It is grounded in her own healing as well as rigorous training as a psychotherapist looking for answers and ways to help others navigate the often difficult terrain of healing trauma and attachment wounds.

  • Capitar Emergency Kit:In 20 languages, this kit helps people deal with challenging situations, such as natural disasters, violence or chronic stress.

  • The Dougy Center – Tip Sheets:The Dougy Center provides support in a safe place where children, teens, young adults, and their families grieving a death can share their experiences. The tip sheets provide guidance for talking with and supporting children and teens after a violent death or murder.

  • Engaging Women in Trauma-Informed Peer Support: A Guidebook by Andrea Blanch, Beth Filson, and Darby Penney with contributions from Cathy Cave.

  • Healing After Sexual Violence (PDF): This brochure was developed by Partners for Inclusive Communities for people who have experienced sexual violence.

  • Grief Support Resources: The Arkansas Children’s Hospital Centers for Good Mourning offer help and support to those dealing with the loss of a loved one. All have no charge and are for all adults unless otherwise noted.

  • Heather Plett is trained as an Art of Hosting and The Circle Way facilitator, a narrative coach, and a leadership mentor. Basically holding space for deep connection and authentic growth in individuals and communities.

  • Loving Kindness Meditation – GoZen: Loving-kindness is a meditation focused on nurturing compassion, kindness, goodwill, and love for oneself and others. While the loving-kindness meditation or LKM originates in Buddhist traditions, it’s now practiced widely across cultures and is the focus of extensive research by social scientists.

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