We are committed to preventing finances from being a barrier to those who are seeking either our services or a copy of the book.
In this spirit, we provide as much scholarship assistance as we can to communities and groups who cannot otherwise afford to compensate us for our in-person work. Additionally, we have donated many copies of the book to those in need around the world.
Should you wish to share some of your resources so that others may benefit from either receiving a book or having access to our in-person work, we will gratefully accept your donation.
The Trauma Stewardship Institute supports a number of causes each year. Should there be a cause you’d like us to consider, please bring it to our attention.
If you would like to get involved in this way all you have left to do is reach out.
Laura has a unique way of presenting difficult material. I know from 27 years on the job that people in law enforcement generally don’t see themselves as needing help and shy away from things that may be too touchy-feely. However, Laura is able to present about the cumulative toll of being exposed to overwhelm in a way that results in even the toughest naysayers viewing things differently.