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Trauma Informed Care Models

Sanctuary Model/ Seeking Safety/Risking Connection/ Essence of Being Real/TAMAR Model(Healing Neen)
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Melissa Lemlek

on 6 November 2012

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Transcript of Trauma Informed Care Models

Seeking safety refers to helping clients free themselves from such negative behaviors and experiences. In doing so, clients move forward freeing themselves from deep emotional trauma. Seeking Safety Trauma Experiences Dangerous Relations Safety Respect Honor Healing The Strive to Restore Ideals
through shattered assumptions
and the search for Meaning Seeking Safety Substances Self Harm Extreme Symptoms Seeking safety refers to helping clients free themselves from such negative behaviors and experiences. In doing so, clients move forward freeing themselves from deep emotional trauma. Safety is described as the first stage of healing for both PSD and SUDS SAFETY COGNITIVE Compassion Recovery
Think Taking
Back your
Power Discovery Integrating
the Split- Self Creative Meaning Detaching from emotional pain: Grounding Taking Good Care of Yourself Red and Green Flags Commitment Coping Triggers Respecting your Time Self-Nurturing Behavioral Asking for Help Honesty Community
Resources Setting
Boundaries
in Relationships Getting Others
to Support Your
Recover Healthy
Relationships Healing from
Anger Interpersonal Sanctuary Model 1. Trauma Informed Change requires a change in the basic mental of thought and action on part of their clients, families, and the staff and the leaders of the organization through the sanctuary Models is structured around Commitments and S.E.L.F. Commitment
to Nonviolence helping to build
safety skills
and a commitment
to higher purpose Commitment to
Social Learning helping to build
cognitive skills Commitment to Emotional Intelligence helping to teach emotional management skills Commitment to Open Communication Helping overcome barriers to healthier communication Learn Conflict Management reduce acting out Enhance self-protective &
self -correcting skills teach healthy boundaries A Commitment to Social Democracy helping create civic skills of self-control
self-discipline and administration of healthy authority A Commitment to Social Responsibility helping to rebuild social connection skills,establish health attachment relationships, establish sense of fair play and justice Commitment to Growth and Change Helping to work through loss and prepare for the future This is a peer support approach
present-focused and hope-driven,
designed to capitalize on the
strengths of the individidual by
recognizing and validating what
is already working in
the person's life by relying on the
power of hope and on the belief
that every person who has experienced trauma can do more than merely survive it. Essence of
Being Real Reclaiming a sense of identity that is not trauma-based requires an effort and a focus on SELF-AWARENESS, a primary component of peer support framework CONNECTION the need to address
and understand what it means to have inner
connections and connections to others Believe there is HOPE for each to heal from trauma and support each other in the belief. Each individual has within a higher self, the self contains potential for all that person could become, all the great things. Peer support reinforces the benefits of speaking to the higher self in order to support the traumatized self allowing people to use their hidden resources to heal from pain. The essence of being real is that through maintaining your healing attitude you will naturally support, comfort, and heal the hurting and broken places. The higher self in each other supports the maintaining of HOPE Hope can be the foundation for developing healing and meaningful relationships. Agree to Treat yourself and others with RESPECT Offer and Receive Information
that will encourage each person's
journey toward healing and wholeness Self Awareness is a life long process that begins with noticing the connections between our throughts, feelings, and actions. Be Open to Reciveing Information about your Self and how you come accross. Learn to Build Trust and Nurture Connections Risking
Connections 1. Trainee Satisfaction 2. Knowledge and Attitude Change 3. Behavior Change Through knowledge Change and shift in beliefs impacts: 4. Change in Client health status by impacting the health outcomes in client systems. Core Implementation Components
is conceptualized within:
Ecological Systems Model
Staff Selection
Didactic Training
Consultation
Coaching
Staff Level Performance Evaluation
Organization-Level of Success and Implementation
Continuous Quality Improvement
Administrative Support
Supportive Interactions with External Systems Childhood Trauma derail the trajectory of development in 3 critical areas:
a. Attachment
b. Brain and Nervous System
c. Self Capacities of Self Regulation They experience Intolerable
feelings that they cope with
through extreme symptoms
and negative behaviors RC is of the belief that since Trauma happens primarily in the context of interpersonal relationships. Therapeutic Relationships are considered the primary agent
of change and healing. The creation of common language
between professionals and clients through didactic speaking, active learning exercises, role plays, and discussion The "Self of the Treater" Vicarious traumaizations and Countertransference Combination of psycho educational approaches and expressive therapy TAMAR models integrate the education of childhood physical and sexual abuse and the impacts of adult development and functioning with cognitive-behavior and expressive therapy principles By providing Basic Education What is Trauma Developmental effects on symptoms
and current functioning Symptom Appraisal
and Management Impact of chaotic relationships
on health care needs Development of Coping Skills Preventative education of
pregnancy, STDs, sexuality,
help with dealing with role loss,
and parenting issues Studies prove TAMAR
builds :
Self-Efficacy
Improve Self-Esteem
Coping Skills Implementation of TAMAR in the prisons
brought recidivism rate down to 3% out of 72%
of women with history of prior incarceration Healing Trauma
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