Mar 31, 2023
‘Triumph Over Trauma’ workshop highlights widespread need for healing
Dr. Sybil C. Mitchell, TDS Memphis
A versatile mix of counselors, clergy, nonprofit leaders, and individuals who have suffered trauma and are living through various stages of recovery, found common ground at The Healing Center in Oakhaven Tuesday (March 28). More than 200 people gathered at a workshop to learn how both communities and individuals are affected by trauma.
Oct 22, 2022
Trauma-focused project builds on role of faith communities in healing
Mental Health Weekly
Harper Hill Global partnered with the National Association of the State of Mental Health Program Directors (NASMHPD) to launch Triumph Over Trauma, a program that is being fueled by the idea that faith-based organizations have been a largely untapped resource in the effort to heal communities.
Oct 19, 2022
Nashville´s non-profit interfaith initiative focuses on access to mental health resources
Liam Adams, Nashville Tenneesean
Harper Hill Global launches new initiative, Triumph over Trauma, a seven-week-long curriculum for groups to focus on trauma recovery. Triumph over Trauma harnesses the power of communications through religious networks by pulling on existing mental health care materials and resources, and including supplemental material for participants from Christian, Jewish, Islamic, and Native American backgrounds, authored by religious leaders.
Oct 10, 2022
New Curriculum Mainstreams Mental Health/Trauma Education through Faith Communities
Global Association for Trauma Recovery
Harper Hill Global in partnership with National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors (NASMHPD) is broadening resources to individuals experiencing crisis by engaging diverse faith organizations including churches, mosques, and synagogues, and providing training for facilitators of trauma-focused educational groups.
Oct 7, 2022
Program Helps Trauma Survivors Heal
Kathy L. Gilbert, United Methodist News
Triumph Over Trauma, a seven-week psychoeducational program for people going through trauma, is the outcome of work a United Methodist deacon was doing for survivors of sexual violence in eastern Congo.