We love sharing with you all! We hear @glaciericearena does some pretty cool giveaways, so we wanted to join in. We have FIVE Elite Chicago 88 duffle bags just for you! Make sure you are following our page. Like this post and let us know your favorite memory as an Ice Dog player/fan. Five winners will be able to pick up their bags at the front desk on Friday, good luck 😁🏒💕 #chicago88s#loveit#contest#icedogs#idha#fun#hockey
Congratulations to @jaclynsoler for winning the first tickets of the Chicago Wolves season! The next tickets are up for grabs now. To win you must go follow @icedogsha and comment on any of the Ice Dogs’ posts with #goicedogs . One winner will be announced on Friday to receive two tickets to Game 2 👍🏒😁 #chicagowolves#loveit#idha#icedogs#contest#fun#weloveglacier
The Pee Wee Tambourine Team took the ice for the second game of the season today against the Leafs. The team came back from a 3-0 deficit in the second period to tie the game at 4-4 with 16 seconds left! Will Bowman ended the weekend with 2 goals and 2 assists, and Nathan Phillips with 2 goals! Nice job, Ice Dogs 🐶🏒😁 #onegoal#allstars#winning#icedogs#hockey#weekend#idha#picoftheday thank you for the pictures, Jeannine Phillips 👌
So I did something REALLY cool this week. In front of a room packed full of awesome people, I got to talk about my prior work and qualms with traditional crisis systems, the moral ambiguity of hospitalization and demanding "normal" behaviors from people, reducing connection while inflating instability and shame. I got to speak on the beauty of the work I do now: mutuality, shared understanding, of "being with" rather than helping or "treating", of the very real fears that spring up in crisis AND the very real possibilities for growth and change, the power of sharing stories vs. doing safety checks, and the importance of allowing people the space and time to heal. Best of all, when we were done, everyone stayed in the room to talk further and make connections!
A year ago I knew I wanted to speak freely and lead trainings on mental health that were different than the mainstream medical view. I was scared and shy but I had a vision. So I started IDHA, a non profit, with the support of amazing people in the field who are truly changemakers and that's exactly what I'm doing now. Sometimes you have to pave your own way and create the things you want to see in the world and get together with a bunch of folks that share your vision. Sometimes you have to acknowledge that you may not be everyone's cup of tea and you don't have all the answers but you have a piece of the puzzle that's worthy of being shared. I can't believe we made this all happen and there's so much more to come! If you want to be part of this awesome learning circle, click the link in bio, and come to our upcoming classes, every Tuesday at 6:30pm. See you soon!