Beyond Trauma: A Healing Journey for Women
Trauma-informed ServicesTrauma-informed Services Trauma-informed services: 1. Take the trauma into account. 2. Avoid triggering trauma reactions and/or traumatizing the individual. 3. Adjust the behavior of counselors, other staff and the organization to support the individual’s coping capacity. 4. Allow survivors to manage their trauma symptoms
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The Four Rs •Realizes widespread impact of trauma and Realizes understands potential paths for recovery •Recognizes signs and symptoms of trauma in clients, Recognizes families, staff, and others involved with the system •Responds by fully integrating knowledge about trauma Responds into policies, procedures, and practices Resists •Seeks to actively Resist re …