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What We Offer

Let's Get You What You Need

Life Skills Development

Taking Care of You

  • Communication and interpersonal skills. This broadly describes the skills needed to get on and work with other people, particularly to transfer and receive messages either in writing or verbally.

  • Decision-making and problem-solving. This describes the skills required to understand problems, find solutions to them, alone or with others, and then take action to address them.

  • Creative thinking and critical thinking. This describes the ability to think in different and unusual ways about problems, find new solutions, or generate new ideas, coupled with the ability to assess information carefully and understand its relevance.

  • Self-awareness and empathy, are two key parts of emotional intelligence. They describe understanding yourself and being able to feel for other people as if their experiences were happening to you.

  • Assertiveness and equanimity, or self-control. These describe the skills needed to stand up for yourself and other people and remain calm even in the face of considerable provocation.

  • Resilience and ability to cope with problems, which describes the ability to recover from setbacks, and treat them as opportunities to learn, or simply experiences.

Trauma Informed Care and Principles

Here for You

Trauma-Informed Care understands and considers the pervasive nature of trauma and promotes environments of healing and recovery rather than practices and services that may inadvertently re-traumatize.

The Five Guiding Principles are; safety, choice, collaboration, trustworthiness, and empowerment. Ensuring that the physical and emotional safety of an individual is addressed is the first important step to providing Trauma-Informed Care. Next, the individual needs to know that the provider is trustworthy. Trustworthiness can be clear in the establishment and consistency of boundaries and the clarity of what they expect regarding tasks. The more choice an individual has and the more control they have over their service experience through a collaborative effort with service providers, the more likely the individual will take part in services and the more effective the services may be. Finally, focusing on an individual's strengths and empowering them to build on those strengths while developing stronger coping skills provides a healthy foundation for individuals to fall back on if and when they stop receiving services.

Coaching Services

Listening to Your Needs

Don’t put off scheduling your next Talk Session. S.H.E.E. Foundation and their team have made it easy for you to book online at your earliest convenience. Nothing is overlooked when it comes to your healing, evolving and empowerment—book your next Talk Session today.

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