TRAUMA-INFORMED CARE PERSPECTIVE
SPECIAL POPULATIONS AND SETTINGS
are you prepared?
Going Mainstream Series: Level I
Prese...
TRAUMA-INFORMED CARE PERSPECTIVE
SPECIAL SETTINGS
• Crisis work
• Shelter work
• Addictions
• Support services
• LGBTQ
• M...
?
WHAT ARE WE TRYING TO DO?
“Reducing the pervasive, harmful, and costly
health impact of violence and trauma by
integrating trauma-informed approache...
CRISIS WORK BASICS
• Stressful situation: family, economic, community, life
events, natural disasters
• Difficulty in copi...
TICP in crisis center setting
Cathy S Harris, MSW, LCSW copyright 2011
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=te3r3FE3KBc
100,000 Homes: Anderson Cooper
copyright © 2011 Cathy S Harris, LCSW
No one loves me
I’m a bad
person/IBS/Shame
I might as well useI used
I’m a bad perso...
http://pubs.niaaa.nih.gov/publications/arh23-4/256-262.pdf
ADDICTIONS AND TRAUMA
treatment options
Cathy S Harris, MSW, LCSW copyright 2011
Disability and Abuse Project
SUPPORT SERVICES
Over 70% of clients reported abuse:
1364 respondents
Over 63% of family memb...
Schools Promoting “Trauma-Informed” Teaching to Reach Troubled Students
The Impact of Abuse and Neglect on the Developing ...
SUPPORT SERVICES
treatment options
Cathy S Harris, MSW, LCSW copyright 2011
• One size does not fit all
• Higher rates of substance abuse
• Higher rates of depression and anxiety
• Those “in the clo...
LGBT Q
treatment options
Cathy S Harris, MSW, LCSW copyright 2011
• Ask questions (refrain from expectation to know
all)
• Interpreter services (refrain from using children
to interpret fo...
DIVERSE POPULATIONS (CONT.)
• Respect differences
• Be aware of ethnocentricity
• Learn about refugee camps
• Learn about ...
HUMAN TRAFFICKING SURVIVORS
Cathy S Harris, MSW, LCSW copyright 2011
IS IOWA AFFECTED?
• The Gazette (Cedar Rapids/Iowa City)
• The Polaris Project
• Network Against Human Trafficking
• I80 T...
Military Suicide
Military Sexual Trauma: VA
Overcoming MST
Military PTSD
MILITARY PERSONNEL
Cathy S Harris, MSW, LCSW copy...
OVERCOMING MILITARY SEXUAL TRAUMA (MST)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2R-SqtAhkj8
“Suicide is now the leading cause of death in
the Army…General Lloyd Austin III called it
‘the worst enemy I have faced in...
Proposed
patient
provider
contract
Cathy S Harris, MSW, LCSW copyright 2011
RESOURCES FOR MILITARY PERSONNEL
• Make the Connection
• Veteran’s PTSD Project
• Healing Combat Trauma
• National Center ...
just rest
for a
moment
Cathy S Harris, MSW, LCSW copyright 2011
Trauma-Informed Care: Special Settings: Are You Prepared? (session 4 conference)
Trauma-Informed Care: Special Settings: Are You Prepared? (session 4 conference)
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Learn how various populations are affected by trauma; see how to use SAMHSA's "Dealing with the Affects of Trauma: A Self-Help Guide" in crisis settings and learn about a new approach to helping persons who are homeless. In addition, work with diverse populations, military personnel with PTSD and Military Sexual Trauma and persons who are lesbian, gay, bi-sexual or transgendered is discussed.
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Trauma-Informed Care: Special Settings: Are You Prepared? (session 4 conference)

  1. 1. TRAUMA-INFORMED CARE PERSPECTIVE SPECIAL POPULATIONS AND SETTINGS are you prepared? Going Mainstream Series: Level I Presented by Cathy S. Harris, MSW, LCSW www.trauma-informedtraining.com
  2. 2. TRAUMA-INFORMED CARE PERSPECTIVE SPECIAL SETTINGS • Crisis work • Shelter work • Addictions • Support services • LGBTQ • Multi-cultural, refugee, torture • Human Trafficking • Military personnel Cathy S Harris, MSW, LCSW copyright 2011
  3. 3. ? WHAT ARE WE TRYING TO DO?
  4. 4. “Reducing the pervasive, harmful, and costly health impact of violence and trauma by integrating trauma-informed approaches throughout health, behavioral health, and related systems and addressing the behavioral health needs of people involved in or at risk of involvement in the criminal and juvenile justice systems.” SUBSTANCE ABUSE MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES ADMINISTRATION SAMHSA Leading Change: A Plan for SAMHSA’s Roles and Actions: 2011-2014 Cathy S Harris, MSW, LCSW copyright 2011
  5. 5. CRISIS WORK BASICS • Stressful situation: family, economic, community, life events, natural disasters • Difficulty in coping: lack of resources, education, experience • Timing of intervention: assess immediacy needs, resources, offer reassurance, referrals, education Cathy S Harris, MSW, LCSW copyright 2011
  6. 6. TICP in crisis center setting Cathy S Harris, MSW, LCSW copyright 2011
  7. 7. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=te3r3FE3KBc 100,000 Homes: Anderson Cooper
  8. 8. copyright © 2011 Cathy S Harris, LCSW No one loves me I’m a bad person/IBS/Shame I might as well useI used I’m a bad person because I used ADDICTIONS SETTINGS
  9. 9. http://pubs.niaaa.nih.gov/publications/arh23-4/256-262.pdf
  10. 10. ADDICTIONS AND TRAUMA treatment options Cathy S Harris, MSW, LCSW copyright 2011
  11. 11. Disability and Abuse Project SUPPORT SERVICES Over 70% of clients reported abuse: 1364 respondents Over 63% of family members reported abuse: 2249 respondents Dr. Nora Baladerian & associates Cathy S Harris, MSW, LCSW copyright 2011
  12. 12. Schools Promoting “Trauma-Informed” Teaching to Reach Troubled Students The Impact of Abuse and Neglect on the Developing Brain Bruce Perry, MD Creating Trauma-Informed Correctional Care: A Balance of Goals and Environment Dr. Stephanie Covington: Women and Addiction: A Trauma-Informed Approach Prisons Schools Cathy S Harris, MSW, LCSW copyright 2011
  13. 13. SUPPORT SERVICES treatment options Cathy S Harris, MSW, LCSW copyright 2011
  14. 14. • One size does not fit all • Higher rates of substance abuse • Higher rates of depression and anxiety • Those “in the closet” do not get needs met in healthcare settings • Negative effects of internalized homonegativity/heterosexism: relapse IBS/Internalized self-hate in response to environment LGBT Q Cathy S Harris, MSW, LCSW copyright 2011
  15. 15. LGBT Q treatment options Cathy S Harris, MSW, LCSW copyright 2011
  16. 16. • Ask questions (refrain from expectation to know all) • Interpreter services (refrain from using children to interpret for family members) • Ask about their experiences • Learn about their environment DIVERSE POPULATIONS Cathy S Harris, MSW, LCSW copyright 2011
  17. 17. DIVERSE POPULATIONS (CONT.) • Respect differences • Be aware of ethnocentricity • Learn about refugee camps • Learn about the effects of torture (what is your professional organization’s stand?) van der Kolk
  18. 18. HUMAN TRAFFICKING SURVIVORS Cathy S Harris, MSW, LCSW copyright 2011
  19. 19. IS IOWA AFFECTED? • The Gazette (Cedar Rapids/Iowa City) • The Polaris Project • Network Against Human Trafficking • I80 Truckstop Statement Truckers Against Trafficking • Iowa City Man and Woman Accused of Sex Trafficking • The “Boys” in the Bunkhouse Cathy S Harris, MSW, LCSW copyright 2011
  20. 20. Military Suicide Military Sexual Trauma: VA Overcoming MST Military PTSD MILITARY PERSONNEL Cathy S Harris, MSW, LCSW copyright 2011
  21. 21. OVERCOMING MILITARY SEXUAL TRAUMA (MST) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2R-SqtAhkj8
  22. 22. “Suicide is now the leading cause of death in the Army…General Lloyd Austin III called it ‘the worst enemy I have faced in my 37 years in the Army’…In the Afghanistan and Iraq conflicts soldiers have been returned to these wars again and again…there are multiple blast exposures and… blows to the head...this kind of thing is new to us.” FOR VETERANS, A SURGE OF NEW TREATMENTS FOR TRAUMA New York Times September 26, 2012 Tina Rosenberg Cathy S Harris, MSW, LCSW copyright 2011
  23. 23. Proposed patient provider contract Cathy S Harris, MSW, LCSW copyright 2011
  24. 24. RESOURCES FOR MILITARY PERSONNEL • Make the Connection • Veteran’s PTSD Project • Healing Combat Trauma • National Center for PTSD
  25. 25. just rest for a moment Cathy S Harris, MSW, LCSW copyright 2011

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