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“We all have stories. Some more than others but remember, it isn’t a competition, and we are all in this together. If you are in a helping profession, you have a story or more than likely, a lot of stories. Wendy Hummell, Kim Colegrove, and Brenda Dietzman will give you tools and tips for a more resilient life and answer your questions during this resilience-building discussion panel.”
“Remote consent might be needed in a variety of situations. We will focus on what to consider when identifying alternative options through a survivor-centered process, and how to navigate privacy and safety concerns with technology options.”