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Action steps using ACE's and trauma-informed care: A resilience model

This article describes the possibilities and risks of the using knowledge from the Adverse Childhood Experience Study and suggestions the use of a resilience model and the understanding of how the brain and body work to further the goals of a trauma-informed approach.

Empirical/Research Article
Attitudes About Human Trafficking: Individual Differences Related to Belief and Victim Blame

A review of attitudes and myth acceptance related to human trafficking

Empirical/Research Article
Evidence-Based Human Trafficking Policy: Opportunities to Invest in Trauma-Informed Strategies

This article discusses how policy makers can leverage research in ways to promote trauma-informed practices for survivors of human trafficking. This article is not open access. Please contact us for access.

Empirical/Research Article
Hales, W. T., Green, S. A., Bissonette, S. (2018). Trauama-Informed Care Outcome Study

A scholarly journal article about changes in client and organizational outcomes after implementing trauma-informed care. Positive changes in client and organizational outocmes were reported.

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Housing Older Adults 2019

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Imagining the Comprehensive Mattering of Black Boys and Young Men in Society and Schools

In this essay Dr. Carey discusses perspectives on mattering in social and educational contexts for young Black men and Black boys. It discusses ways in which educators can reimagine the opportunities to recognize and support the mattering of their students.  Contact the Institute for Social Healing to access the article.

Empirical/Research Article
Impact of trauma-informed training and mindfulness-based social, emotional learning program on teacher attitudes and burnout: A mixed-methods study

This study describes the impact of a mindfulness-based program to expand trauma-informed strategies in the classroom. This is an open access/free article.

Empirical/Research Article
Implementation and program evaluation of trauma-informed care training across state child advocacy centers

This study evaluated the effectiveness of a training program that utilized a modified version of a TIC curriculum accessible through the National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN) among CAC workers in Florida.

Empirical/Research Article
Inside the Adverse Childhood Experience Score

This article describes the strengths and limits of the Adverse Childhood Experiences score in the growing Trauma-Informed Care movement. This is an open access, free article.

Empirical/Research Article
Integrating Early Childhood Mental Health and Trauma-Informed Care for Homeless Families With Young Children

Rogers, Bobich, and Heppell’s (2016) case study illustrating the successful application of an “Incredible Years” intervention with a 4-year-old girl and her family in the context of a homeless shelter provides an opportunity to consider the intersecting perspectives of infant and early childhood mental health and trauma-informed care. Cathy’s exposure to intimate partner violence, her mother’s chronic depression, and her homelessness occurred during the critical developmental stages of prenatal development and the first four years of life, impacting her developing understanding of relationships and her emotion regulation. A trauma-informed perspective provides an understanding of the links between Cathy’s history of trauma and her presenting symptoms of tantrums, aggression, and “moodiness,” leading to recommended parenting strategies that support co-regulation and eventually self-regulation of emotions. Although the Incredible Years intervention was successful in reducing Cathy’s symptoms, the addition of trauma-focused interventions may have the added benefit of helping Cathy to directly play and talk about her experience, together with her mother, so that both can understand and integrate their traumatic experiences and her mother can restore her role as a “protective shield” for her family. Finally, the opening provided by implementation of a successful parenting intervention could lead to a broader consultation aimed at creating a trauma-informed organization within the transitional living shelter.

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ISSUE BRIEF Key Ingredients for Successful Trauma-Informed Care Implementation

This brief draws on interviews with national experts on trauma-informed care to create a framework for organizational and clinical changes that can be practically implemented across the health care sector to address trauma. It also highlights payment, policy, and educational opportunities to acknowledge trauma’s impact. The brief is a product of Advancing Trauma-Informed Care, a multi-site demonstration project supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and led by the Center for Health Care Strategies.

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Medical Education on Human Trafficking

A scholarly review of the education of health care professionals on human trafficking

Empirical/Research Article
Navigating SEL from the Inside Out: Looking Indise and Across 25 Leading SEL Programs

Report comparing 25 social and emotional learning curriclums

Empirical/Research Article
On promoting understanding and equity through compassionate educational practice: Toward a new inclusion

This work offers a conceptual synthesis of several contemporary educational service delivery models that implicitly embed compassionate educational practices into supporting the learning and growth of diverse student populations. This manuscript discusses how such paradigms, such as culturally responsive positive behavior intervention and supports (PBIS) and trauma-informed school models, can inform, complement, and support inclusion- and equity-based practices for diverse learner populations.

Contact the institute for social healing if you cannot access this resource.

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Retiring Juvenile Detention Centers for Wrap-Around Community-Based Services

This article summary describes the result of an evaluation of girls in a juvenile detention center.  Most had been the victim of abuse and exploitation.  The article describes the risk girls face in juvenile detention and suggest alternative in the form of wrap around services.

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Trauma Exposure and PTSD Among Older Adolescents in Foster Care

This research article describes the nature of trauma exposure of older adolescents in foster care and describes why that matters for people who work with them.

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Trauma-informed care: A qualitative study exploring the views and experiences of professionals in specialist health services for adults with intellectual disabilities

This study explores professional’s perspective on trauma-informed care with adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Please contact us for information on access to this article.

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Trauma-informed care: Better care for everyone

This paper describes how trauma informed care can improve medical care for all.

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Trauma-Informed Social Policy: A Conceptual Framework for Policy Analysis and Advocacy

This research article describes how the principles of trauma-informed care: safety, trustworthiness and transparency, collaboration, empowerment, choice and intersectionality, can be applied to public policy. Contact the Institute for Social Healing if you cannot access the full text.

Empirical/Research Article
Unlocking the Door to Learning: Trauma-Informed Classrooms and Transformational Schools

Tools for K-12 schools in trauma infored practices

Empirical/Research Article
Urban Institute Human Trafficking Research Portfolio

Provides short descriptions of research projects on topics related to human trafficking.

Empirical/Research Article
Using a trauma-informed Policy Approach to Create a Resilient Urban Food System

In this  paper, the authors examine how researchers applied trauma-informed principles to policy development, discuss the challenges and benefits of using a trauma-informed approach, and provide recommendations for others seeking to create trauma-informed food policy.

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What are effective strategies for implementing trauma-informed care in youth inpatient psychiatric and residential treatment settings? A realist systematic review

Background: Many young people who receive psychiatric care in inpatient or residential settings in North America have experienced various forms of emotional trauma. Moreover, these settings can exacerbate trauma. Common practices, such as seclusion and restraint, put young people at risk of retraumatization, development of comorbid psychopathology, injury, and even death. In response, psychiatric and residential facilities have embraced trauma-informed care (TIC), an organizational change strategy which aligns service delivery with treatment principles and discrete interventions designed to reduce rates of retraumatization through responsive and non-coercive staff-client interactions. After more than two decades, a number of TIC frameworks and approaches have shown favorable results. Largely unexamined, however, are the features that lead to successful implementation of TIC, especially in child and adolescent inpatient psychiatric and residential settings.

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Action steps using ACE's and trauma-informed care: A resilience model

This article describes the possibilities and risks of the using knowledge from the Adverse Childhood Experience Study and suggestions the use of a resilience model and the understanding of how the brain and body work to further the goals of a trauma-informed approach.

Empirical/Research Article
Attitudes About Human Trafficking: Individual Differences Related to Belief and Victim Blame

A review of attitudes and myth acceptance related to human trafficking

Empirical/Research Article
Evidence-Based Human Trafficking Policy: Opportunities to Invest in Trauma-Informed Strategies

This article discusses how policy makers can leverage research in ways to promote trauma-informed practices for survivors of human trafficking. This article is not open access. Please contact us for access.

Empirical/Research Article
Hales, W. T., Green, S. A., Bissonette, S. (2018). Trauama-Informed Care Outcome Study

A scholarly journal article about changes in client and organizational outcomes after implementing trauma-informed care. Positive changes in client and organizational outocmes were reported.

Empirical/Research Article
Housing Older Adults 2019

Empirical/Research Article
Imagining the Comprehensive Mattering of Black Boys and Young Men in Society and Schools

In this essay Dr. Carey discusses perspectives on mattering in social and educational contexts for young Black men and Black boys. It discusses ways in which educators can reimagine the opportunities to recognize and support the mattering of their students.  Contact the Institute for Social Healing to access the article.

Empirical/Research Article
Impact of trauma-informed training and mindfulness-based social, emotional learning program on teacher attitudes and burnout: A mixed-methods study

This study describes the impact of a mindfulness-based program to expand trauma-informed strategies in the classroom. This is an open access/free article.

Empirical/Research Article
Implementation and program evaluation of trauma-informed care training across state child advocacy centers

This study evaluated the effectiveness of a training program that utilized a modified version of a TIC curriculum accessible through the National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN) among CAC workers in Florida.

Empirical/Research Article
Inside the Adverse Childhood Experience Score

This article describes the strengths and limits of the Adverse Childhood Experiences score in the growing Trauma-Informed Care movement. This is an open access, free article.

Empirical/Research Article
Integrating Early Childhood Mental Health and Trauma-Informed Care for Homeless Families With Young Children

Rogers, Bobich, and Heppell’s (2016) case study illustrating the successful application of an “Incredible Years” intervention with a 4-year-old girl and her family in the context of a homeless shelter provides an opportunity to consider the intersecting perspectives of infant and early childhood mental health and trauma-informed care. Cathy’s exposure to intimate partner violence, her mother’s chronic depression, and her homelessness occurred during the critical developmental stages of prenatal development and the first four years of life, impacting her developing understanding of relationships and her emotion regulation. A trauma-informed perspective provides an understanding of the links between Cathy’s history of trauma and her presenting symptoms of tantrums, aggression, and “moodiness,” leading to recommended parenting strategies that support co-regulation and eventually self-regulation of emotions. Although the Incredible Years intervention was successful in reducing Cathy’s symptoms, the addition of trauma-focused interventions may have the added benefit of helping Cathy to directly play and talk about her experience, together with her mother, so that both can understand and integrate their traumatic experiences and her mother can restore her role as a “protective shield” for her family. Finally, the opening provided by implementation of a successful parenting intervention could lead to a broader consultation aimed at creating a trauma-informed organization within the transitional living shelter.

Empirical/Research Article
ISSUE BRIEF Key Ingredients for Successful Trauma-Informed Care Implementation

This brief draws on interviews with national experts on trauma-informed care to create a framework for organizational and clinical changes that can be practically implemented across the health care sector to address trauma. It also highlights payment, policy, and educational opportunities to acknowledge trauma’s impact. The brief is a product of Advancing Trauma-Informed Care, a multi-site demonstration project supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and led by the Center for Health Care Strategies.

Empirical/Research Article
Medical Education on Human Trafficking

A scholarly review of the education of health care professionals on human trafficking

Empirical/Research Article
Navigating SEL from the Inside Out: Looking Indise and Across 25 Leading SEL Programs

Report comparing 25 social and emotional learning curriclums

Empirical/Research Article
On promoting understanding and equity through compassionate educational practice: Toward a new inclusion

This work offers a conceptual synthesis of several contemporary educational service delivery models that implicitly embed compassionate educational practices into supporting the learning and growth of diverse student populations. This manuscript discusses how such paradigms, such as culturally responsive positive behavior intervention and supports (PBIS) and trauma-informed school models, can inform, complement, and support inclusion- and equity-based practices for diverse learner populations.

Contact the institute for social healing if you cannot access this resource.

Empirical/Research Article
Retiring Juvenile Detention Centers for Wrap-Around Community-Based Services

This article summary describes the result of an evaluation of girls in a juvenile detention center.  Most had been the victim of abuse and exploitation.  The article describes the risk girls face in juvenile detention and suggest alternative in the form of wrap around services.

Empirical/Research Article
Trauma Exposure and PTSD Among Older Adolescents in Foster Care

This research article describes the nature of trauma exposure of older adolescents in foster care and describes why that matters for people who work with them.

Empirical/Research Article
Trauma-informed care: A qualitative study exploring the views and experiences of professionals in specialist health services for adults with intellectual disabilities

This study explores professional’s perspective on trauma-informed care with adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Please contact us for information on access to this article.

Empirical/Research Article
Trauma-informed care: Better care for everyone

This paper describes how trauma informed care can improve medical care for all.

Empirical/Research Article
Trauma-Informed Social Policy: A Conceptual Framework for Policy Analysis and Advocacy

This research article describes how the principles of trauma-informed care: safety, trustworthiness and transparency, collaboration, empowerment, choice and intersectionality, can be applied to public policy. Contact the Institute for Social Healing if you cannot access the full text.

Empirical/Research Article
Unlocking the Door to Learning: Trauma-Informed Classrooms and Transformational Schools

Tools for K-12 schools in trauma infored practices

Empirical/Research Article
Urban Institute Human Trafficking Research Portfolio

Provides short descriptions of research projects on topics related to human trafficking.

Empirical/Research Article
Using a trauma-informed Policy Approach to Create a Resilient Urban Food System

In this  paper, the authors examine how researchers applied trauma-informed principles to policy development, discuss the challenges and benefits of using a trauma-informed approach, and provide recommendations for others seeking to create trauma-informed food policy.

Empirical/Research Article
What are effective strategies for implementing trauma-informed care in youth inpatient psychiatric and residential treatment settings? A realist systematic review

Background: Many young people who receive psychiatric care in inpatient or residential settings in North America have experienced various forms of emotional trauma. Moreover, these settings can exacerbate trauma. Common practices, such as seclusion and restraint, put young people at risk of retraumatization, development of comorbid psychopathology, injury, and even death. In response, psychiatric and residential facilities have embraced trauma-informed care (TIC), an organizational change strategy which aligns service delivery with treatment principles and discrete interventions designed to reduce rates of retraumatization through responsive and non-coercive staff-client interactions. After more than two decades, a number of TIC frameworks and approaches have shown favorable results. Largely unexamined, however, are the features that lead to successful implementation of TIC, especially in child and adolescent inpatient psychiatric and residential settings.

Empirical/Research Article

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