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Trauma Informed Care

One-Day Course: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

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One-Day Course: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

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Trauma Informed Care

In today’s world, even professions that at one time were not deeply impacted by trauma are now facing challenging situations involving trauma on a regular basis. These professions include teachers and school administration staff, pastors, church staff, and some non-profit staff to name a few. To be trauma-informed means that we as both a front-line worker, caregiver, teacher, or pastor assumes that an individual we come in contact with through our work is more likely than not to have a history of trauma. Trauma-Informed Care allows the individual providing care the awareness of an individual impacted by trauma. It also allows them to recognize the presence of trauma symptoms and acknowledges the role trauma may play in that individual’s life- whether that individual is someone they serve or a fellow co-worker. Trauma-Informed Care understands and considers the depth and pervasive nature of trauma and the impact it has on individuals. Trauma-Informed Care promotes spaces of healing and recovery rather than practices and services that may inadvertently re-traumatize.

What You'll Learn
  • Know what trauma-informed care is
  • Understand the framework of trauma-informed care
  • Know the 6 principals of trauma-informed care
  • Know the 3 principals of trauma-informed practice
  • How to apply trauma-informed care practices in their places of work
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