Developing a Trauma-informed System of Care for Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence: Identifying Strategies from a Clinical Model
July 30 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Implementing trauma-informed models of care for survivors of domestic violence, is supported by research – which recognizes the effectiveness of this model in decreasing the risk of retraumatization when these individuals seek services. This program will also increase knowledge of trauma’s wide reaching impact on behavioral, mental, and physical health outcomes for this population.
- Identify best practice models for trauma-informed care implementation.
- Define trauma-informed practices and responses to domestic violence and human
trafficking survivors in a clinical setting or shelter program.
- Give an overview of current trends in research related to trauma-informed services.
- Discuss the importance of integrating knowledge of trauma-informed care when
Nurses, Social Workers, domestic violence advocates, and other individuals that may engage survivors of domestic violence while working in a domestic violence program and/or clinical setting