Trauma-Informed Care Resources


National Council for Behavioral Health - Trauma-Informed Care

Trauma is a near universal experience of individuals with behavioral health problems. An individual’s experience of trauma impacts every area of human functioning — physical, mental, behavioral, social, spiritual. The good news is trauma is treatable — there are many evidence-based models and promising practices designed for specific populations, types of trauma, and behavioral health manifestations. Explore the webpage for resources on trauma-informed care.


Relias Webinar: Trauma-Informed Supervision: What They Didn’t Teach Us in Graduate School

This webinar will walk through what it takes to be a good supervisor and to infuse a trauma-informed and collaborative process into your supervision. After this webinar, you’ll be able to recognize the values of trauma-informed supervision based on the principles of trauma-informed care, name two of the basic assumptions and key components of trauma-informed supervision, and develop one organization strategy to support trauma-informed supervision.


National Council for Behavioral Health - Supervisory Functions

A handout on supervisory functions of a skillful supervisor, skills needed in Trauma-Informed care. 

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