Creating a Trauma-Informed System of Care: Addressing Individuals, Professionals, and Organizations
Health and Human Services
Create Safe Spaces for Clients Served and Staff
Trauma-informed care (TIC) has become a widely recognized paradigm for creating safe spaces for individuals who have experienced trauma and reducing the likelihood that accessing services would cause re-traumatization.
TIC is different from other models of care as it can be used in any type of service setting or organization. By using this approach, you can gain awareness of ways to anticipate and avoid institutional practices that are likely to re-traumatize persons served.
Download this e-book to learn:
What is trauma and how it affects different populations.
Best practices for addressing trauma with the individuals you serve.
Best practices for addressing trauma in your staff, clinical and non-clinical
How to become a trauma-informed organization, including the key elements of the trauma-informed model of care