Many of the people we interact with every day have been affected by overwhelming stress or traumatic experiences. Traumatic experiences change a person and can create turmoil within a person and in their life. This is especially true if events and/or conditions happen in childhood.
The consequences of trauma are far reaching and can be directly or indirectly linked to mental illness, addictions, chronic disease, suicide, and overall, a failure to thrive.
The purpose of the Trauma Informed Care (TIC) Project is to increase knowledge about trauma and the impact it has by creating connection, sharing knowledge and resources. TIC offers resources for individuals who help those impacted by trauma provide patient centred care.
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- Module 1: What is Trauma Informed care?
- Module 2: What is Trauma?
- Module 3: Disaster Response
- Module 4: Loss and Grief after Trauma
- Module 5: Trauma in Human Service Workers
- Module 6: Emotional Literacy
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