December 16, 2019

Mentoring Presents a Real Opportunity in Addressing Childhood Trauma

Chronicle of Social Change

We are proud to share that our Co-Founder and Executive Director, Michael Rugen, co-authored a piece in the Chronicle of Social Change. It highlights the growing recognition that the work of our professional mentors not only facilitates the social, emotional and academic development of our children but also improves their long-term health prospects.

For more insight on the impacts that our Professional Mentors are having on trauma-impacted children, see this article from the Journal of Infant, Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy, authored by Dr. Holly Gordon who works with our Mentors regularly to support their inspirational work.