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trauma-informed care

Trauma Informed Care

Best practice in service delivery

It’s your approach to every interaction; not a technique or dedicated employee

The impact of trauma is far reaching and affects every aspect of health. By implementing a trauma-informed approach to care, both staff and clients work together in a framework of wellness that produces improved outcomes. In addition, employee burnout and turnover are improved.

best practices

TIC Best Practices

Ask “what happened to you?” not “what’s wrong with you?”.


Wellness and Self-Care

Direct care staff must take care of themselves to treat others.

whole health care

Whole Health Care

Trauma directly impacts physical and mental health outcomes.

Trauma-Informed Care Tools and Resources

Development and Training tools that support a trauma informed approach

White Paper: 5 Key Elements to Trauma-Informed Care

Trauma-Informed Care is becoming the standard of both medical and behavioral health care in order to achieve clinical outcomes, improve the overall health and wellness of your organization and reduce critical incidents.

If your organization is considering becoming trauma-informed or you think you are currently a trauma-informed organization, review these keys to success.

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Trauma-Informed Care in Practice

Shifting your organization to a trauma-informed approach involves improving health and wellness programs, ongoing staff training and development, honing clinical skills and adjusting the approach of clinical supervision.

Learn more about how Relias can help you address all aspects of becoming trauma-informed.

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Introduction to Trauma-Informed Care

Being a trauma-informed organization isn’t a one time implementation or the responsibility of a committee.  It’s an organizational shift that requires full support from leadership and ongoing communication, training and involved of staff at all levels. Check out an example of how Relias can help support these efforts.

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What Does Becoming Trauma-Informed Mean for Non-Clinical Staff?

Learn the basics of trauma and why all individuals working in behavior health and community services need to embrace trauma-informed care. Explore the change in thinking and behavior that is at the core of “becoming trauma-informed.”

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