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CID remains committed to establishing effective linkages between its humanitarian action and development programming, contributing to peace in generation relationships and supporting families to strengthen interconnections and emotional systems. In 2022, this podcast edition of CID’s annual Board and Advisory Meeting's topic of Humanitarian Action for Children highlights CID’s funding appeal, which sets out an ambitious agenda to address the major challenges facing children and young people living through conflict, family dysfunction and crisis. visit https://www.cognitiveinstituteofdallas.org
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Why It Still Hurts: Separation of Parents and ChildrenLet the memory and connection of your children change: so that you can heal. Really working through the loss of separation. Ideally this lesson is for parents who never believed they would have a separation through family services. For paren…