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Agreement Isn’t Always Positive: the Power of Conflict within Rural Teams

Coming from the upper Midwest and living in some version of the rural Midwest most of my life has really shaped my view on conflict.

Adverse Childhood Experiences: Trauma, Resiliency, and Breaking the Cycle

I  first learned about Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) a few years back while I was a direct service advocate working with survivors of various forms of violence. I…

Resource Spotlight: The Iceberg of Conflict

While reading up on conflict, my office mate came across a great concept of the iceberg of conflict. This concept illustrates that the conflict we…

Conflict Styles in Your SART

As we addressed last week with the weigh-in Wednesday question, conflict can be a scary thing for many folks. However, we all experience conflict at…

Weigh In Wednesday: What Does Conflict Mean to You?

The word conflict has many meanings for people. I think of conflict and get excited for the challenge of discussion and debate. As a SART leader, I…

Sexual Health Promotion and Sexual Violence Prevention

Happy Halloween, y’all! Today’s a day that people all over purposefully engage in situations that make them a little bit uncomfortable, anyone who’s…

Resources Spotlight: Transgender Survivors

While at the National Sexual Assault Conference in Washington D.C. I had the opportunity to attend a really great work session focused on providing services…

Reimagining Rural Resources

Growing up rural, I spent so much time complaining about everything my small towns and country life didn’t have as compared to a city. My friends and…

Weigh In Wednesday: Why Rural is Rad

I don’t know about you, but it seems to me that our world spends an awful lot of time talking about why rural life is hard or…

Part One: Welcome

Part One: Welcome That’s a picture of me! I was always taught to introduce yourself and make your intentions clear. With that, let me be…