Creating a compassionate culture and a resilient community 

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Across the country, more and more businesses are adopting a trauma-informed approach. Among those who work to bring healing in our communities, it is even more important that we practice trauma-informed care in order to protect the healing environment and provide the best possible patient care. Individuals who are triggered and re-traumatized have difficulty accessing healing resources. A trauma-sensitive approach also helps organizations meet their performance goals, provides better outcomes, and enhanced employee engagement and retention. 

Through this presentation, participants will gain an understanding of what trauma is, what causes it, and what can be done to prevent it and/or reverse its effects through a trauma-informed approach. Participants will learn the importance of self-care and resilience and leave with some practical and easily applicable tools to use at home, school, or work. In this training, we will: 

  • Define trauma & toxic stress and understand its prevalence. 
  • Consider the link between trauma and suicide. 
  • Introduce the basic concepts of Trauma-Informed Care. 
  • Consider ways to support resilience. 

September 2, 2021, 1:00 AM – 2:30 PM MDT. Register in advance for this meeting at:   

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. 

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