Trauma Informed Care: Level 1

This workshop discusses the major contributors to a client’s behavior and, once identified, what needs to be addressed first and what outcomes can be expected. Information about the long term consequences of trauma on an individual and community will be shared as well as staff’s role as protectors and educators. There will be a discussion of what happens to staff as we operate in highly stressful environments and how to take care of ourselves. Finally, how to engage in and explore concrete processes to stabilize relationships and settings

Adverse Childhood Experiences in Iowa: A New Way of Understanding Lifelong Health – Findings from the 2012 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System

Clinton Gudmunson – further ACEs info

Chowchilla Kidnapping

Excerpt from The Boy Who Was Raised as a Dog

Milgram Obedience Experiment

Aggression Replacement Training & Childhood Trauma

When Diagnostic Labels Mask Trauma