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KDADS recognized the opportunity to expand prevention efforts to be inclusive of substance use prevention, mental health promotion, suicide prevention, and problem gambling prevention to enhance the behavioral health of Kansas communities. The Kansas Prevention Collaborative was created in an effort to integrate and innovate behavioral health prevention efforts.

Latest Episodes

Why Prevention Matters: Dave Sotelo’s Story

This month we had the chance to have a great conversation with Dave Sotelo the Youth Program Coordinator at Rise Up Reno Prevention Network. Join us to hear Dave's compelling story of how he ended up in working in Prevention. Dave's story reminds us why Prevention Matters! Thanks Dave for sharing your why with us!

33 MIN1 w ago
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Why Prevention Matters: Dave Sotelo’s Story

Breathing into the belly - one of the easiest protective factors

Join us in this great conversation with Terra Scott from Terra Sol Healing Arts. Terra is an integrative healing artist, which means she uses techniques and tools she has gathered along her journey to meet the needs of clients and to truly get to and address the root cause of disease. “I am an artist and I am a healer, but the true message is that healing is an art and we are never healed or unhealed but in a constant state of healing. I create safe sacred spaces for pain to be felt, processed and transmuted. When we quit suppressing and instead feel and practice breath work, we come down from the panic of the mind and back into the body, and our spirit wakes as well.” Terra shares some easy techniques to implement as protective factors as well as a little surprise at the end of the episode! You can find her at https://www.terrasolhealingarts.com. As always please email us at KPCTeam@wichita.edu for any feedback. Thanks for listening!

34 MINFEB. 18
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Breathing into the belly - one of the easiest protective factors

Prevention Protective Factors: Coffee, Beer, and Wine oh my!

This month we have some special guests! Mandy and B Fincham own and operate the Kettle in Beloit, Ks. The Kettle is a trendy coffee shop with great food, craft beer, excellent food and a quality atmosphere. They often have live music and are a great place to just sit and hang out. Join us in our conversation to hear about all of the great protective factors the Kettle is promoting in Beloit, Ks. Be sure to check out their website kettlebeloit.com. They are also on Facebook at kettlebeloit and Instagram at kettleclub. As always you can reach with questions and comments at KPCTeam@wichita.edu.

25 MINENE. 21
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Prevention Protective Factors: Coffee, Beer, and Wine oh my!

December PreventionTalKS Getting to know the prevention geniuses.

Join us as we celebrate our 12th episode! Chad Childs joins Janell and Heather in the studio to talk about how they all landed in prevention at WSU’s Community Engagement Institute. There is over 40 years of combined prevention knowledge in these two brains! Listen to learn more about the Prevention Initiatives team at WSU CEI as well as the possible theme for the 3rd annual Kansas Prevention Conference! As always follow us on FB and Twitter and be sure to check out our website http://kansaspreventioncollaborative.org/

33 MIN2019 DIC. 17
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December PreventionTalKS Getting to know the prevention geniuses.

November PreventionTalKS PTSD With Dawn Robinson LSCSW

We had the opportunity to have a conversation with Dawn Robinson, Licensed Specialist Clinical Social Worker(LSCSW). This is an excellent resource on how to recognize signs of PTSD and how to learn body regulation skills to help with symptoms of PTSD. Join us to hear why Michelle's brain gets angry and all sorts of other great information. During her undergraduate education Dawn worked within hospice care and with a dropout prevention program. After obtaining her graduate degree she worked at a community health center with families involved in the foster care, adoption, and juvenile justice systems. In 2005 she opened her private practice where she now sees a variety of clients including mental health professionals, first responders, and military personnel. Throughout her career she has specialized in the treatment of trauma and continues to do so in her current practice. For more information follow us on Facebook at Facebook.com/kansaspreventioncollaborative or check out our website: http://kansaspreventioncollaborative.org/

43 MIN2019 NOV. 19
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November PreventionTalKS PTSD With Dawn Robinson LSCSW

October PreventionTalKS Awareness Campaigns with "The Idea Generator," Patricia Houston

Join us as we interview "The Idea Generator," Patricia Houston. Patricia is a prevention at promotion specialist at Wichita State University's Community Engagement Institute. She has been working for the community of Wichita for years and has a heart to see great things happen in our community and establish lasting connections that will bring real change. If you have questions you can email Patricia at KPCTeam@wichita.edu. For more information check out kansaspreventioncollaborative.org. For a calendar with awareness campaign dates check out kansaspreventioncollaborative.org/Whats-New/Calendar.

32 MIN2019 OCT. 15
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October PreventionTalKS Awareness Campaigns with "The Idea Generator," Patricia Houston

September PreventionTalKS Safe Messaging

September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness month. We chatted with Allan Bunch about #NSPM and how to communicate about suicide in a safe and respectful manner. Allan Bunch is the Vice President of Communication and Development for Headquarters, Inc. Based out of Lawrence, KS, Headquarters is the home of the Kansas Suicide Prevention Resource Center and Headquarters Counseling Center housing the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Crisis Center for the entire state of Kansas. http://www.headquarterscounselingcenter.org/ Check out these great resources Allan mentioned in the episode: http://reportingonsuicide.org/ crisischat.org Here is a little more on the Werther Effect and the The Papageno Effect https://www.openaccessgovernment.org/the-werther-effect/42915/ https://www.sallyspencerthomas.com/hope-illuminated-podcast/18 If you are struggling with thoughts of suicide there is hope! You can call the national suicide hotline 1-800-273-8255 or chat online at https://suicidepre...

31 MIN2019 SEP. 17
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September PreventionTalKS Safe Messaging

August PreventionTalKS PTSD Carol Hammon Paulson, Ph.D., LP, D.Min., APRN - BC

We had a wonderful and informative talk with Dr. Carol Hammon Paulson about PTSD. She shared her wealth of knowledge from her years of vast experience working with trauma survivors. For more information about how trauma effects the brain you can check out "The Body Keeps The Score" by Bessel van der Kolk. As always feel free to reach out to us at KPCTeam@wichita.edu and check out our FB page at https://www.facebook.com/kansaspreventioncollaborative.

39 MIN2019 AGO. 20
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August PreventionTalKS PTSD Carol Hammon Paulson, Ph.D., LP, D.Min., APRN - BC

July PreventionTalKS KCTC

What is KCTC? Join us for a conversation with Lisa Chaney from Greenbush to find out the ins and outs of the KCTC survey. For more information go to www.kctcdata.org or email us at KPCTeam@wichita.edu.

34 MIN2019 JUL. 16
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July PreventionTalKS KCTC

June PreventionTalKS NAMI Kansas

We had a wonderful conversation with Dr. Sherrie Vaughn, the Executive Director for NAMI Kansas and Stacey Lyddon, the Development Coordinator for NAMI Kansas. Join us to find all all the great things happening with NAMI Kansas! For more information check out their website https://namikansas.org or email them at info@namikansas.org.

23 MIN2019 JUN. 18
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June PreventionTalKS NAMI Kansas

Latest Episodes

Why Prevention Matters: Dave Sotelo’s Story

This month we had the chance to have a great conversation with Dave Sotelo the Youth Program Coordinator at Rise Up Reno Prevention Network. Join us to hear Dave's compelling story of how he ended up in working in Prevention. Dave's story reminds us why Prevention Matters! Thanks Dave for sharing your why with us!

33 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Why Prevention Matters: Dave Sotelo’s Story

Breathing into the belly - one of the easiest protective factors

Join us in this great conversation with Terra Scott from Terra Sol Healing Arts. Terra is an integrative healing artist, which means she uses techniques and tools she has gathered along her journey to meet the needs of clients and to truly get to and address the root cause of disease. “I am an artist and I am a healer, but the true message is that healing is an art and we are never healed or unhealed but in a constant state of healing. I create safe sacred spaces for pain to be felt, processed and transmuted. When we quit suppressing and instead feel and practice breath work, we come down from the panic of the mind and back into the body, and our spirit wakes as well.” Terra shares some easy techniques to implement as protective factors as well as a little surprise at the end of the episode! You can find her at https://www.terrasolhealingarts.com. As always please email us at KPCTeam@wichita.edu for any feedback. Thanks for listening!

34 MINFEB. 18
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Breathing into the belly - one of the easiest protective factors

Prevention Protective Factors: Coffee, Beer, and Wine oh my!

This month we have some special guests! Mandy and B Fincham own and operate the Kettle in Beloit, Ks. The Kettle is a trendy coffee shop with great food, craft beer, excellent food and a quality atmosphere. They often have live music and are a great place to just sit and hang out. Join us in our conversation to hear about all of the great protective factors the Kettle is promoting in Beloit, Ks. Be sure to check out their website kettlebeloit.com. They are also on Facebook at kettlebeloit and Instagram at kettleclub. As always you can reach with questions and comments at KPCTeam@wichita.edu.

25 MINENE. 21
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Prevention Protective Factors: Coffee, Beer, and Wine oh my!

December PreventionTalKS Getting to know the prevention geniuses.

Join us as we celebrate our 12th episode! Chad Childs joins Janell and Heather in the studio to talk about how they all landed in prevention at WSU’s Community Engagement Institute. There is over 40 years of combined prevention knowledge in these two brains! Listen to learn more about the Prevention Initiatives team at WSU CEI as well as the possible theme for the 3rd annual Kansas Prevention Conference! As always follow us on FB and Twitter and be sure to check out our website http://kansaspreventioncollaborative.org/

33 MIN2019 DIC. 17
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December PreventionTalKS Getting to know the prevention geniuses.

November PreventionTalKS PTSD With Dawn Robinson LSCSW

We had the opportunity to have a conversation with Dawn Robinson, Licensed Specialist Clinical Social Worker(LSCSW). This is an excellent resource on how to recognize signs of PTSD and how to learn body regulation skills to help with symptoms of PTSD. Join us to hear why Michelle's brain gets angry and all sorts of other great information. During her undergraduate education Dawn worked within hospice care and with a dropout prevention program. After obtaining her graduate degree she worked at a community health center with families involved in the foster care, adoption, and juvenile justice systems. In 2005 she opened her private practice where she now sees a variety of clients including mental health professionals, first responders, and military personnel. Throughout her career she has specialized in the treatment of trauma and continues to do so in her current practice. For more information follow us on Facebook at Facebook.com/kansaspreventioncollaborative or check out our website: http://kansaspreventioncollaborative.org/

43 MIN2019 NOV. 19
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November PreventionTalKS PTSD With Dawn Robinson LSCSW

October PreventionTalKS Awareness Campaigns with "The Idea Generator," Patricia Houston

Join us as we interview "The Idea Generator," Patricia Houston. Patricia is a prevention at promotion specialist at Wichita State University's Community Engagement Institute. She has been working for the community of Wichita for years and has a heart to see great things happen in our community and establish lasting connections that will bring real change. If you have questions you can email Patricia at KPCTeam@wichita.edu. For more information check out kansaspreventioncollaborative.org. For a calendar with awareness campaign dates check out kansaspreventioncollaborative.org/Whats-New/Calendar.

32 MIN2019 OCT. 15
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October PreventionTalKS Awareness Campaigns with "The Idea Generator," Patricia Houston

September PreventionTalKS Safe Messaging

September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness month. We chatted with Allan Bunch about #NSPM and how to communicate about suicide in a safe and respectful manner. Allan Bunch is the Vice President of Communication and Development for Headquarters, Inc. Based out of Lawrence, KS, Headquarters is the home of the Kansas Suicide Prevention Resource Center and Headquarters Counseling Center housing the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Crisis Center for the entire state of Kansas. http://www.headquarterscounselingcenter.org/ Check out these great resources Allan mentioned in the episode: http://reportingonsuicide.org/ crisischat.org Here is a little more on the Werther Effect and the The Papageno Effect https://www.openaccessgovernment.org/the-werther-effect/42915/ https://www.sallyspencerthomas.com/hope-illuminated-podcast/18 If you are struggling with thoughts of suicide there is hope! You can call the national suicide hotline 1-800-273-8255 or chat online at https://suicidepre...

31 MIN2019 SEP. 17
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September PreventionTalKS Safe Messaging

August PreventionTalKS PTSD Carol Hammon Paulson, Ph.D., LP, D.Min., APRN - BC

We had a wonderful and informative talk with Dr. Carol Hammon Paulson about PTSD. She shared her wealth of knowledge from her years of vast experience working with trauma survivors. For more information about how trauma effects the brain you can check out "The Body Keeps The Score" by Bessel van der Kolk. As always feel free to reach out to us at KPCTeam@wichita.edu and check out our FB page at https://www.facebook.com/kansaspreventioncollaborative.

39 MIN2019 AGO. 20
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August PreventionTalKS PTSD Carol Hammon Paulson, Ph.D., LP, D.Min., APRN - BC

July PreventionTalKS KCTC

What is KCTC? Join us for a conversation with Lisa Chaney from Greenbush to find out the ins and outs of the KCTC survey. For more information go to www.kctcdata.org or email us at KPCTeam@wichita.edu.

34 MIN2019 JUL. 16
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July PreventionTalKS KCTC

June PreventionTalKS NAMI Kansas

We had a wonderful conversation with Dr. Sherrie Vaughn, the Executive Director for NAMI Kansas and Stacey Lyddon, the Development Coordinator for NAMI Kansas. Join us to find all all the great things happening with NAMI Kansas! For more information check out their website https://namikansas.org or email them at info@namikansas.org.

23 MIN2019 JUN. 18
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June PreventionTalKS NAMI Kansas
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