Trauma Informed
Care

Trauma-informed care acknowledges that understanding a patient’s life experiences is key to potentially improving engagement and outcomes while lowering unnecessary utilization. In order to be successful, trauma-informed care must be adopted at the organizational and clinical levels.

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What is Trauma?

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) describes trauma as events or circumstances experienced by an individual as physically or emotionally harmful or life-threatening, which result in adverse effects on the individual’s functioning and well-being.

What is the impact of trauma on health?

The Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study, conducted by the CDC and Kaiser Permanente, revealed that the more an individual is exposed to a variety of stressful and potentially traumatic experiences, the greater the risk for chronic health conditions and health-risk behaviors later in life.

How can providers become trauma informed?

Trauma-informed care acknowledges that understanding a patient’s life experiences is key to potentially improving engagement and outcomes while lowering unnecessary utilization. In order to be successful, trauma-informed care must be adopted at the organizational and clinical levels.

Cost of training:

1-20 trainees: $400

An equivalent amount of CEUs will be provided for the number of training hours completed.
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