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What We Know and Room to Grow: Sexual Violence in the U.S.

In honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, TPN.Health is sharing the some of the realities around sexual violence in the United States. According to the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC), sexual violence includes rape, sexual assault, incest, sexual harassment, unwanted sexual touch or contact, masturbating in public spaces, exposing sexual body parts and sharing Read more…

From Saying “No” to Asking “How?”: Changing Priorities in COVID-19

TPN.Health member Angela James, LPC, like many behavioral health professionals, wears several hats. In addition to consulting and practicing privately, she serves as Assistant Director of the Accessibility Center at Tulane University in New Orleans, LA. Years of experience working in disability services in higher education and a social justice lens inform Angela’s passion for Read more…

Celebrating National Autism Awareness Month

Here at TPN.Health, we are celebrating National Autism Awareness Month throughout the whole month of April, 2020. We celebrate those whom autism spectrum disorder (ASD) affects as well as the committed behavioral health practitioners, researchers, and teachers who specialize in the realm of ASD. ASD is classified as a set of developmental disorders ranging in Read more…

There’s More to “Just Google it” Than You Think

Does anyone remember a time when we did not have at-a-glance access to a screen that could tell us exactly what we want to know? A time when physically digging for hard copies, traveling to a destination, and relating to human beings were the only available pathways to get to information? Generation X-ers (and some Read more…

A Call To Examine Our Relationships, Featuring TPN.Health Member Corine Brown, DSW, LCSW-BACS

So far, the month of March in 2020 has offered a curious intersection of sociocultural stirrings. On on end, the world at large is swept up in navigating a pandemic. One response to COVID-19, according to Jones (2020) drawing from the work of Charles Rosenburg on outbreak archetypes, is that disease outbreaks serve to provide Read more…