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The Many Hats of Lived-Experience

The Many Hats of Lived-Experience

As a young professional, when do I choose to offer my lived experience and when do I choose not to? And where does the lived-experience go when I’m not a ...
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Negotiating Together…Again

Negotiating Together…Again

Twenty years ago this summer, Phyllis Magrab from the Georgetown Center for Child and Human Development Center and Liz piloted a two-day training for family advocates on interest-based negotiation. Grounded ...
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How to develop a Behavioral Health Disparities Impact Statement: 10 easy steps

How to develop a Behavioral Health Disparities Impact Statement: 10 easy steps

“A nation free of disparities in health and health care.” –  Vision of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Disparities Action Plan Background In November 2010, Secretary Kathleen ...
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Being White in America, or One Key to Solving Racism in America?

Being White in America, or One Key to Solving Racism in America?

Growing up in rural Missouri, I was a white girl living in a white world. Up until I was 16, I never had any black classmates or black kids living ...
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Change Matrix: Our Story

Change Matrix: Our Story

You might say that Change Matrix began because of pilates, Georgetown University, and a passion for improving the lives of others. The idea of Change Matrix began in 2006 when ...
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Partnership for Collective Impact

Partnership for Collective Impact

“Collective Impact is a framework to tackle deeply entrenched and complex social problems. It is an innovative and structured approach to making collaboration work across government, business, philanthropy, non-profit organisations ...
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Coaching Adaptive Leaders

Coaching Adaptive Leaders

Adaptive Leaders must attend to development of both who they are and what they do. We call this “to be” and “to do” work. Knowing personal strengths, defaults and challenges ...
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Is Trauma the only thing that matters?

Is Trauma the only thing that matters?

On Becoming Trauma Informed – As a society, we have a challenging relationship with behavior. We have wrestled with the nature of behavior and accountability in our legal system with ...
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