Trauma-Informed Care
Designed for helping professionals. Specific approaches and techniques for working with individuals with a trauma history are explored and practiced.

Theoretical Framework for Understanding Trauma

  • Defining trauma
  • How trauma impacts relationships, neurobiology, cognition, emotions, and spirituality
  • Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)
  • The difference between mental illness and a trauma response
  • The window of tolerance model
  • Fight, flight, freeze, faint, and fawn responses

Organizational/Systemic Forms of Trauma

  • How organizational contexts can perpetuate trauma
  • Characteristics of a trauma-informed/trauma-aware organization
  • Organizational case studies in which participants identify problems and recommend changes based on a trauma-informed approach

Trauma-Informed Practitioners

  • Specific examples of practice that perpetuate or exacerbate trauma responses
  • Recognizing and responding compassionately to trauma responses
  • Practically applying the principles of trauma-informed care
  • Preventing burnout, compassion fatigue, and vicarious trauma in helping professionals
  • Direct practice case studies which participants identify problems and recommend changes based on a trauma-informed approach

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