What is Trauma-informed care?
Trauma-informed care is an approach that assumes that an individual is more likely than not to have a history of trauma. This approach recognizes the presence of trauma symptoms and acknowledges trauma's role in an individual's life.
ICOY Trauma Series:
Impact of Trauma - 11/30/22 (Part 1 of 4)
Understanding trauma's impact on the brain's development and learning response strategies to build resilient youth and families. The trainers cover adolescent development, childhood trauma, and resilience & recovery.
Culture and Trauma - 12/7/22 (Part 2 of 4)
Trauma has context. That context frequently has cultural and historical roots. This training will explore the relationship between trauma and culture by looking specifically at populations at high risk for experiencing trauma. Participants will also learn about the ways power and oppression impact trauma and access to resources. Lastly, participants will learn about resilience and protective factors these communities have built to combat trauma.
Support for Trauma-Informed Education in Postsecondary Systems (STEPS) webinar series:
This webinar series was designed to support groups and individuals striving to increase trauma-informed practices and support learner and educator resilience in postsecondary and adult education settings. This series took place during FY 2021.