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

@inproceedings{Brown2011RiskingCT,
  title={Risking Connection Trauma Training : A Pathway Toward Trauma-Informed Care in Child Congregate Care Settings},
  author={Steven M. Brown},
  year={2011}
}
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 trauma for staff serving this population. Staff trauma training is one important intervention for agencies aiming to implement trauma-informed care (TIC), a term describing an international trend in mental health care whereby treatment approaches and cultures recognize the pervasive impact of trauma and… CONTINUE READING

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