In recognition of Women’s History Month we are proud to welcome three award-winning female authors whose work highlights self-discovery and empowerment. We are delighted to welcome back Allison Gilbert.
Voices Center for Resilience has been selected as a study partner in the upcoming WTC Survivor Grief Study. The study will be conducted over 3 years and is funded through a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) grant.
Valentine’s Day marks a time we reflect on fond memories and express appreciation for those important to us. With that in mind, we are thrilled to continue our Meet the Author series, with award-winning author, Allison Gilbert.
We're proud to share VOICES milestones for 2022, and highlight the contributions of our colleagues and friends who have supported our work. Last year marked several important accomplishments through collaboration with our partners.
Being proactive about remembering loved ones has a benefit: it can make you happier. Individuals who honor family and friends, who keep them proactively present in their lives, almost always fare better emotionally than those who don’t.