Describes trauma-informed practice at the individual, organizational and systemic levels. This multi-authored collection brings together the voices of those who have integrated trauma-informed principles into various mental health and addiction treatment and social service environments, and of the diverse groups with which they work.
Part 1: What is 'trauma informed' in theory and practice? -- Part 2: Trauma-informed practice for diverse client groups and in specific settings -- Part 3: Changing the system through education and innovation.
The Trauma-Informed Practice (TIP) Guide and TIP Organizational Checklist are intended to support the translation of trauma-informed principles into practice. Included are concrete strategies to guide the professional work of practitioners assisting clients with mental health and substance use (MHSU) concerns in British Columbia.
The TIP Guide is designed to inform the work of health system planners and practitioners working with adults and youth with substance use and mental health concerns. The TIP Guide may also be useful to other professionals such as primary healthcare providers, hospital emergency departments, first responders and those working with families in the child welfare system.
Summary: Designed primarily for trauma survivors and their families and friends, this video uses highlights from two professional training tapes to give viewers an authentic perspective on traumatic memory formation and retrieval. Clinicians will save much valuable session time by supplying this program to their clients