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“Rescuing one child from the harm of one night is glorious success. The evening is an opportunity to touch a life at a critical moment and make it better—not for a lifetime, not even for tomorrow, but for one moment. One moment—not to talk, but to act—not to change the world, but to make it better. It’s all that can be done and not only is that enough—that’s brilliant.”
Turning Stones: My Days and Nights with Children at Risk, Marc Parent (p. 153)


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Secondary Trauma - Reading bookDavid Conrad, LCSW
Senior Clinical Instructor with Distinction
JFK Partners/Department of Pediatrics
University of Colorado Denver
13121 E 17th Avenue, Mail Stop C234
Aurora, Colorado 80045
Office: 303-724-7634
E-mail: David.conrad@ucdenver.edu

 

 

 

 





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Contact David Conrad, LCSW
Senior Instructor with Distinction
University of Colorado School of Medicine

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