Using a Trauma Informed Lens

Personally, professionally, and purposefully

Trauma Informed Care (TIC) integrates core principles of neurodevelopment, trauma and attachment with mindful healing to support a comprehensive approach that can be used by clients, providers, and community members. This training is designed to support a shift in thinking, perception, and behavior. Looking through a Trauma Informed Lens means being sensitive to the impact of trauma on others and yourself, understanding and utilizing tools to support self and others in regulating during times of stress; as well as identifying and supporting the system change needed to reduce re-traumatization. Continuing our efforts toward a Trauma Informed SLO County will enhance resilience, increase connection and support stability within our community.

Who should attend:

Direct Care Staff, Therapists, Counselors, Resource (Foster) Parents, Social Workers, Teachers, Law Enforcement Staff, Support Staff, Agency Supervisors, Managers, Clergyman

Objectives:

1. Increase awareness of the widespread impact of trauma and enhance understanding of at least 1 potential paths for recovery.

2. Recognize 3 signs and symptoms of trauma in clients, families, staff, ourselves, and others in the community.

3. Identify and use 1 new tool to integrate Trauma Informed philosophy into our professional relationships, policies, and procedures.

4. Identify 2 ways to reduce re-traumatization in clients, families, staff, ourselves and others in the community.

 

For information on upcoming trainings, please contact Elissa Feld at efeld@t-mha.org.

 

Presented by Trauma Informed Champions of Change, San Luis Obispo County

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