ACEs and trauma-informed care

  title={ACEs and trauma-informed care},
  author={Caroline C. Piotrowski},

Trauma stabilization as an effective treatment for children with post-traumatic stress problems in South-East Asia.

The data set suggests that trauma stabilization has the potential to be effective, efficient, and sufficient treatment intervention for post-traumatic stress (PTS) problems in children and adolescents.

A Dutch Perspective on Two Health Related Issues Regarding Children and Adolescents with Intellectual Disabilities

Recent Dutch developments about two important health related issues regarding the quality of life of children and adolescents with intellectual disabilities, including the prevention of adverse childhood experiences and the promotion of protective and compensatory experiences are highlighted.

A scoping review of the experiences and well-being of siblings of children with chronic kidney disease: implications for practice and research

Children with chronic kidney disease (CKD) and their families deal with challenging circumstances. While numerous studies have shown that both patients and parents in these families can experience a

Facilitators and Barriers in the Implementation of Trauma-Informed Approaches in Schools: A Scoping Review

The impact of trauma on the development and educational performance of school children and the benefits of trauma-informed practices have become more evident to both scientists and educators.

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)



A Synthesis of the Literature on Trauma-Informed Care

Universal implementation of trauma-informed care can ensure that the unique needs of trauma survivors as patients are met, and mitigate barriers to care and health disparities experienced by this vulnerable population.

Trauma-informed care in inpatient mental health settings: a review of the literature.

  • Coral Muskett
  • Medicine, Political Science
    International journal of mental health nursing
  • 2014
This article summarizes the findings from the literature from 2000-2011 in identifying those practices and clinical activities that have been implemented to effect trauma-informed care in inpatient mental health settings.

Risking Connection Trauma Training: A Pathway Toward Trauma-Informed Care in Child Congregate Care Settings

Despite the high prevalence of traumatic experiences and attachment disruptions among clients in child congregate care treatment settings, until recently there has been little formal training on

Moving toward Trauma-Informed Practice in Addiction Treatment: A Collaborative Model of Agency Assessment

An agency self-assessment process that combines a trauma-informed assessment, a NIATx process of “walking-through” and use of the Institute of Healthcare Improvement's Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) cycles, and a user-friendly format is described.

An Overview of Trauma-Informed Care

Research shows that LGBT individuals are at increased risk of exposure to traumatic events across the lifespan as compared to their cisgender, heterosexual peers, and to chronic stress stemming from

Development and Psychometric Evaluation of the Attitudes Related to Trauma-Informed Care (ARTIC) Scale

A partnership-based approach was used to develop a direct, efficient, and cost-effective measure of TIC focused on evaluating the TIC-relevant attitudes of staff working in schools, human service systems, and other settings serving individuals with histories of trauma, and psychometric evaluation established support for the measure.

A Call for the Integration of Trauma-Informed Care Among Intellectual and Developmental Disability Organizations

Research exploring the occurrence of trauma among adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) has grown over the past decade. Yet there is a dearth of literature investigating the

A Critical Look At Trauma-Informed Care Among Agencies and Systems Serving Maltreated Youth and Their Families

This special section provides a representation of available empirical work on trauma-informed care and indicates significant gaps between research and practice of TIC remain, with important implications for future work.

Trauma-Informed Care Outcome Study

Trauma-informed care (TIC) is a widely adopted organizational approach to health and human services. The current study occurred within a residential addiction treatment agency and has two aims: To

Building Capacity for Trauma-Informed Care in the Child Welfare System

This evaluation of a statewide initiative in Connecticut describes the strategies used to create a trauma-informed CWS, including workforce development, trauma screening, policy change, and improved access to evidence-based trauma-focused treatments during the initial 2-year implementation period.