Rescued Animals in need not only need food and shelter, they require trauma-responsive care and psychosocial healing.
Care at our sanctuary Grace Village is based on principles of trans-species psychology, traumatology and trauma-responsive care. This approach and training which is embodied in the Ten Principles of Being Sanctuary is essential for rescue centers, shelters, veterinary clinics, educational institutions, sanctuaries, and private homes.
Through our Being Sanctuary curriculum and manual, we translate our extensive work in Elephant, Great Ape, Orca, Bear, Parrot and other Animal PTSD and trauma healing to all Animals who have suffered egregiously from exploitation by the food, fashion, experimentation, and entertainment industries.
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