I first heard the idea of engaging your humanity while on a Shane Safir webinar last summer. She referenced it during the agreements at the beginning. She said, “engage your […]
Covid-19 Trauma: Long-haulers
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMSHA) defines trauma- “an event, series of events, or set of circumstances that is experienced by an individual as physically or emotionally harmful […]
Are there levels of training for trauma informed care?
Yes is the short answer. Those levels are not universally recognized unless you speaking of a specific certification or degree. In Oregon, Trauma Informed Oregon’s Standards of Practice for Trauma […]
Take Care and Reflect
Our brains need time and space to process what we are going through. When we slow down and be present, our brains can process what is going on, improving our current and future health.