Monthly Archives: October 2012

How do you See me? A Poem

Editor’s Note: Gwen Butler is the 1st Vice President of the NASW-NYC Chapter.  She presented us with this poem at the 2012 Board of Directors Retreat, which resonated deeply for everyone in the room.  We wanted to use our blog … Continue reading

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An Under Recognized Trauma: Sibling Abuse

Editor’s Note:  The author responded to our invitation for guest blogging for NASW-NYC Connections.  If you are interested in submitting a piece, please email us. Sibling abuse is an understudied phenomenon that continues to receive little attention. Curiously, intake and … Continue reading

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The Transgenerational Transmission of Primary Trauma in Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer

Editor’s Note:  October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and we hope that you find this post helpful in your work with clients experiencing trauma related to a diagnosis.  The author responded to our call for guest blogging.  If you are … Continue reading

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