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Trauma Sensitive Schools

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Transcript of Trauma Sensitive Schools

I'm in TSS Training! @Trauma Sensitive Schools #TraumaInformed
Stress Continuum
Expanding your definition of trauma and resilience
Learn how trauma affects the brain
Learn about trauma sensitive practices in the schools
Develop a trauma informed vision for your work/life
Objectives
Trauma Sensitive Schools
Independence School District
In Partnership with Truman Medical Center Behavioral Health

Traumatization occurs when both internal and external resources are inadequate to cope with external threat.

Van der Kolk, 1989
What is Trauma?
Housekeeping
Resources
Cell Phones
Questions
Take care of you

Take a moment to jot responses to these two questions:


Think of someone who inspired you throughout your educational experience that led you to enter into the helping profession and what qualities did they possess that you admire?

Think of someone who had a negative impact on you throughout your educational experience and what qualities did they possess?

Housekeeping
Resources
Breaks
Lunch
Cell Phones
Mornings will start with community meeting

Short Lectures

Solutions discovery through dialogue

Experiential activities

Discussing opportunities and challenges in TIC training facilitation

Program Overview
Your professional role?

Location or the environment that you work?

Who do you serve?

One question you hope to be answered during these trainings?

Brief 30 Second Introductions
Trauma shapes a person’s basic beliefs about
identity, world view, and spirituality.

Trauma creates symptoms that are ADAPTATIONS: What we see as the problem is the person’s solution

Affects neuro-physiological development


What Does Trauma Do?
Reactivity and Impulsivity

Aggression

Defiance

Withdrawal

Perfectionism

Impact On Behavior
(18 Years or Younger)
Abuse:
Psychological (By Parents)
Physical (By Parents)
Sexual (Anyone)
Emotional Neglect
Physical Neglect

Household:
Substance Abuse
Mental Illness
Parental Separation/Divorce
Mother Treated Violently
Imprisoned Household Member

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study
Clarity of Purpose

Trauma-Informed Care (TIC Culture)
Institutional Culture
Flattens the Hierarchy
Not the what, but the how of compassionate service delivery
Universal precautions or sensitive practices
Tool Kits

Trauma Specific Clinical Treatment
Professional License
Therapeutic Interventions
Certification Process
Ex. EMDR, DBT, CBT, PE, CPT, etc.
Person Centered


Status Update: Understanding The Purpose
The Human Stress Response
Clarity of Purpose

Organizing narrative material

Cause and effect

Taking another's perspective

Attentiveness

Regulating emotions

Executive functioning

Engaging in curriculum

Trauma's Impact on Learning
Smoking
COPD
Heart Disease
Diabetes
Obesity
Hepatitis
Alcoholism
Substance Abuse
Depression
Attempted Suicide
Re-Victimization
Teen Pregnancy
Fractures
Promiscuity
Sexually Transmitted Disease
Poor Job Performance
Poor Self-Rated Health
Violent Relationship


ACE Study
Imagine...
Finds strong, graded relation
between life long wellness and
adversity in childhood:
Trauma Related Sensory Experiences
Common Trigger For Trauma Response
Autobiography In Five Chapters
By: Portia Nelson

Thinking differently as a prelude to acting differently.

Thinking differently initiates and sustains changes in practice and setting.

Acting differently reinforces and clarifies changes in understanding.

A Culture Shift:
Changes In Understanding & Practice
SAFETY
TRUSTWORTHINESS
CHOICE
COLLABORATION
EMPOWERMENT
PEER ENGAGEMENT
RESILIENCE
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

We Are Here To Build TSS Culture
CREATE SAFETY
Take time to familiarize the person with the physical environment and daily routines.
Build Trustworthiness
Tell the person what to expect and how long it will take.
RESILIENCE
Building the human super power to bounce back through self-care.
PILLARS OF RESILIENCE
MENTAL

PHYSICAL

SPIRITUAL

SOCIAL
DO YOU HAVE A SELF-CARE PLAN?
WHAT IS A SELF-CARE PLAN?
A Self-Care Plan is a list of activities that a person can do to start off the day on the right foot, manage your stress in the moment, and let your stress go at the end of the day.
PROFESSIONAL SELF-CARE
1. Fold your 3x5 card into thirds
2. Label each section with the following and list 3 to 5 things that you can do to support yourself in your daily life:
Prevention
In the moment
After-care
Let this card live in your
wallet, purse, or desk.
Knowing what you know now...

What will you do to make a difference?
Allostatic Load
Traumatic
Toxic
Tolerable
Positive
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