Trauma-Informed Training Overview
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KISS Framework for building community capacity through resilience. This framework is based on over 8 years of work in Walla Walla WA, and provides our learning from these initial years of work with the many sectors in our community involved in CRI. We want to share this framework so that others can learn from our experience, and perhaps launch your work, or strengthen your existing coalition, based on our learning, reflection and focus on building resilience to create a thriving community. Ultimately, this work is a social movement and a public health framework, and when we know how to build human capital collectively, we create stronger communities that can thrive the impact of risk better… We have learned that the KISS is a framework people understand, and it is aligned with our scaffolding concept.
Trauma-Informed describes the training of topics, for a general audience, that teach baseline knowledge and skills related to trauma, toxic stress, and resilience. The topics include the NEAR sciences, a cluster of emerging scientific findings in the fields of Neuroscience, Epigenetics, ACE Study, Resilience. Other topics include information on identifying and responding to trauma with evidence-based resilience strategies.
The Trauma-Informed category includes several a la carte offerings, a six-hour comprehensive certification program, and a two-day training- for-trainers course.
Trauma-Supportive describes the training of topics that teach the knowledge and skills required by individuals who have contact with those that may be adversely affected by trauma and toxic stress, whether the trauma is known, or not. These topics include resilience-based practices for universal application such as classrooms, offices, or other places the general public may congregate. Topics in this category focus on prevention and teach a variety of strategies to address the often- hidden effects of trauma and toxic stress by fostering resilience within the individual and the larger community context.
The Trauma-Supportive category includes several a la carte offerings, a six-hour comprehensive certification program, and a two-day training-for- trainers course.
Trauma-Practitioner describes the training of topics that teach the knowledge and skills required by individuals who have more regular and intense contact with individuals who may be adversely affected by trauma and toxic stress, such as, staff in juvenile and adult court systems, homeless shelters, mental health clinics and treatment centers. Topics in this category are intervention- focused and designed to develop a deeper understanding of the impact of trauma and toxic stress while equipping practitioners with the insight and strategies to engage triggered individuals with confidence and compassion.
The Trauma-Practitioner category includes several a la carte offerings, a twelve-hour comprehensive certification program, and a three-day training-for- trainers course.
Trauma-Coordinator describes the training of topics that teach the knowledge and skills required by individuals who manage or lead trauma-specific services or who are coordinating multi-agency service-level responses to trauma and fostering resilience. Topics in this category guide the overarching culture of trauma-informed care at the organizational level. Trainings develop internal capacity for sustained coaching and trainings within an organization by a core team.
The Trauma-Coordinator category includes several a la carte offerings, a twelve-hour comprehensive certification program, and a three-day training-for- trainers course.
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