Resources about Trauma-Informed Care
5 Key Elements to Trauma-Informed Care for IDD Organizations
Download this white paper to learn more about how trauma-informed care can positively impact persons served and staff at IDD organizations.
What Is Racial Trauma? Understanding How Trauma Affects the Black Community
Hear Dr. Jamila Holcomb, Ph.D., LMFT discuss how racial trauma affects the Black community and ways both clinicians and organizations can better connect with Black clients.
Creating a Trauma-Informed System of Care: Addressing Individuals, Professionals, and Organizations
Download this e-book to learn how to become a trauma-informed organization, including the key elements of the trauma-informed model of care.
Trauma-Informed Care: Implementing a Meaningful, Person-Driven Program for RoP Phase 3
During this webinar, we provide guidance around the implementation of the six principles of a trauma-informed care program as it affects the whole organization and discuss the need for individualized approaches to care.
The Importance of a Trauma Informed Approach
Experts at National Council discuss the value of trauma informed care, the integration process for providers and the positive impact it has on clinical outcomes and employee engagement.
5 Key Elements to Trauma-Informed Care
Download this white paper to receive resources and assessment tools to help your organization become more trauma-informed.
Be Attentive: All Language Matters! Using Trauma Sensitive Language
Learn more about the urgent need for all individuals working in behavior health and community services to practice using trauma-sensitive language.
Introduction to Trauma-Informed Care
Being a trauma-informed organization isn’t a one time implementation or the responsibility of a committee. Preview our introduction to TIC course.
Trauma-Informed Care and the Focus on Staff
The effects of working in behavioral health and human services can take its toll, and working in a trauma-informed way requires focus and positive energy.
What Does Becoming Trauma-Informed Mean for Non-Clinical Staff?
Watch this webinar to get a look at what “becoming trauma-informed” means for direct care behavioral health and community providers.
Trauma-Informed Supervision: What They Didn’t Teach Us in Graduate School
One day you are providing services and the next day you wake up as a supervisor – it happens all, ....
Compassion Fatigue, Secondary/Vicarious Trauma and the Importance of Self Care
How do we go from compassion fatigue to compassion satisfaction and regain the love for the work we do?