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Agencies committed to working with troubled individuals all face enormous stresses. Working with individuals who have faced adversity presents many challenges, from the exposure to the troubling behavior and experiences of clients to the external pressures of working in human services systems.

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Featured Products

  • Starts w/ You Placard

    Available in bright green, red, black, orange, yellow or blue print, these white board placards can serve to inspire individual action in trauma-informed practice and reinforce the concepts of…

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  • Chatter Cards

    This deck of 52 cards provides thought provoking questions to foster discussion in any group setting. Designed to be used for Steering Committee and Core Team meetings, these cards…

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  • Dry Erase Boards

    These portable dry erase boards can come with you from meeting to meeting or hang on the wall of your office or group meeting space. This visual reminder of…

    $5.00 Select options
  • Emotion Tokens

    These coaster-sized, hand-carved, wooden disks represent the words and facial expression for 16 different emotions. They are great conversation starters and excellent prompts to build emotion recognition and emotion…

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Joan Bender

Director of Training and Professional Development at St. Catherine's Center for Children
“ I've heard about Sanctuary, but I had no idea how amazing this was going to be. ”

Beatriz Vides

Director of Child Care at the Astor Home for Children
“ This week has been the beginning of my professional healing. ”

Robert D. Macy, Ph.D.

Instructor at Harvard Medical School
“ I was truly blown away by you and the staff-big hearts-intense IQ’s and truly living the 7 commitments-my Sanctuary week changed my world view. ”