Winden Rowe is a prolific writer on all things trauma-related at both the micro and macro levels. She has aspirations to influence population health awareness through her writing and her work with the government. Her goal in writing is to break the stigma that is the undercurrent of our mental health system in the United States. She hopes through writing to shift the American population mindset to be more trauma-aware, and to use trauma and her deep understanding of it at a biological and psychological level to unify populations versus divide. She fundamentally believes, as demonstrated in the research, that a trauma-informed country will enhance population health at a prevention level.

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All Trauma is Contagious

All Trauma is Contagious

When you were a child, did anyone have to tell you when something was wrong? Did it have to be explained to you? Or was it that you intuitively knew, that your body spoke to you and told you something was wrong?⁣ It’s the latter, never the former. ⁣ Trauma is not...

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An excerpt from the Chester County Press

An excerpt from the Chester County Press

In eye of COVID-19 storm, Center for Change offers calm solutions.   "As her professional calendar was about to flip to 2020, Winden Rowe, the director of The Center for Change at Kennett Square, did what she always does at that time of year. She wrote a list of...

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Divorce can be the ultimate gesture of love.

Divorce can be the ultimate gesture of love.

Can divorce be the ultimate gesture of love? Yes, that might sound strange at first, but we would like to challenge the general idea of divorce as a reason to hate your ex-spouse, and as something that must be ugly, conflict filled and alienating. For what is divorce...

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Democracy Loves You

Democracy Loves You

Before meeting William and Reed, these are/were the two most important men in my life.⁣ ⁣ My father. And my maternal grandfather.⁣ ⁣ Both of these men love(d) one thing more than any woman or offspring they ever had... and that’s democracy.⁣ ⁣ My grandfather was a...

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