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The Effects of a Trauma-Informed Care Training Program on Mental Health Professionals Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes with the SMI

  title={The Effects of a Trauma-Informed Care Training Program on Mental Health Professionals Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes with the SMI},
  author={A. Pelletier},
Trauma has been found to be highly prevalent among individuals diagnosed with SMIs. Mental health professionals have been reported to misdiagnose or avoid addressing trauma in this population. There is a need to provide information about trauma and to foster awareness among mental health professionals who are treating individuals diagnosed with SMIs. With a TIC approach, operating from a recovery-oriented philosophy, there have been interventions created to address trauma and SMIs with the aim… 
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