The Sanctuary Model: Theoretical Framework

@inproceedings{Esaki2013TheSM,
  title={The Sanctuary Model: Theoretical Framework},
  author={Nina Esaki and Joseph Benamati and Sarah Yanosy and Jennifer S. Middleton and Laura M. Hopson and Victoria Hummer and Sandra L. Bloom},
  year={2013}
}
This article provides a theoretical framework for the Sanctuary Model®. The Sanctuary Model is a trauma-informed organizational change intervention developed by Sandra Bloom and colleagues in the early 1980s. Based on the concept of therapeutic communities, the model is designed to facilitate the development of organizational cultures that counteract the wounds suffered by the victims of traumatic experience and extended exposure to adversity. Details of the Sanctuary Model logic model are… CONTINUE READING

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