Dawn Daum is co-editor of Parenting with PTSD: the impact of childhood abuse on parenting. Being a survivor of childhood abuse with an ACE score of 9, Dawn is passionate about bringing trauma-informed care to the forefront of family support services, mental health and medical care. Through writing, community action, and public speaking, she is part of an international grassroots movement working to shift our culture’s understanding of what it means to heal from trauma, particularly for parenting survivors.
Dawn is the Program Director of Hammond House, a dual diagnosis community residence with Transitional Services Association (TSA) in Saratoga Springs, NY. Dawn is leading TSA’s initiative to implement trauma-informed practices into all services provided by the agency. She is also co-manager of the Becoming Trauma-Informed & Beyond: Resilience in the Workplace community on ACEsConnection.com.
When she isn’t capturing life on paper, Dawn is taking advantage of life’s simple pleasures with her husband and two children in upstate NY.
You can connect with Dawn on her website: www.parentingwithptsd.com, and LinkedIn
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