Resiliency Reimagined, a podcast in partnership with the Center for Strength, is a podcast centered around recovery after mass violence incidents and trauma recovery. Our hope is that listeners recognize that recovery after Mass Violence looks different for everyone, and to highlight different ways that helpers can help impacted communities. Guests include those impacted by Mass Violence and people working within these communities.
We focus on the diverse methods of trauma recovery, sharing stories, celebrating victories within our community, and highlighting importance of peer connections.
Heather Martin, one of the founders of the Rebel's Project and Columbine shooting survivor shares about her journey following the shooting, and things that have helped her to cultivate resiliency. Heather discusses how she came to discover what her ”new normal” is, the importance that she has found in community of other survivors, what the Rebel's project is, normalizes the non-linear path of life following a shooting.
The resource mentioned at the beginning is the
National Mass Violence Victimization Resource Centerhttps://www.nmvvrc.org/
The Rebels Project Website: