Applying the Six Principles of Trauma-Informed Care for Treatment Practice with Individuals Living with Chronic Mental Health Conditions

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Sep 12th – Dec 11th
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While trauma-informed care has been a goal of healthcare systems, many services, supports, and treatment environments still lack essential components that would truly make them trauma-informed. This 12-week curriculum will provide an in-depth exploration of SAMHSA’s six principles to trauma-informed care and do so primarily from the voices and experiences of those who have received services within the system. Clinicians and non-clinicians will explore the six principles of trauma-informed to better implement these concepts into their practice. The majority of the content in this course was developed or was heavily informed by individuals who are current or former users of mental health services and/or trauma survivors. 

Together, we will be re-imaging what practice and service delivery could and should look like. By the end of this course, you will be able to understand the six principles of trauma-informed care from the lens of those who have received services within the system, be able to describe the unique characteristics of trauma-informed care related to individuals living with a serious mental condition and be able to apply the six principles of trauma-informed care to your discipline and practice. Each article or video includes reflection questions or reflection activities to help you explore deeper the concepts introduced and to better be able to implement these ideas into your practice.  

Sep 12th – Dec 11th
Free
Virtual Learning Collaborative (VLC)
trauma-informed-care

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