<>/Font<>/XObject<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageB/ImageC/ImageI] >>/MediaBox[ 0 0 792 612] /Contents 4 0 R/Group<>/Tabs/S/StructParents 0>> Viewing the classroom through a trauma-informed lens can give clues as t… Sara Bradley, B.S. Trauma-Informed. What happened to this child/family? By using a trauma sensitive lens, teachers, principals, social workers, and others are able to recognize signs of trauma that a student is displaying and recognize their Trauma-Informed Parenting: What You Should Know. # ����LV��(pHQ�F��b�m�F���_h�!�n�e �O������f�]��tA��2�sJ���B�XM�eK�&}����f���i�5�C�D�;� 5�ɐ[5�z�]|>���Z|��i��`��� trauma training, to help you review and plan the presentation and handouts, advocate for getting time on the faculty agenda, and co-present with you. Spinazzola, J et al. TLC (trauma lens care) is designed for Yavapai County officers to report children exposed to traumatic events. A trauma-informed educator such as Maldonado is more acutely aware of how trauma alters the lens through which its victims see their world and follows practices that help students succeed. The child may withdraw from friends and formerly pleasurable activities. Trauma Lens cont. The Defense Health Agency J-7 Continuing Education Program Office designated this activity for a maximum of 1.00 credit hours. Time-specific docketing to reduce anxiety and agitation. Even if staff download the handouts on their own, it can be helpful to revisit the concepts at a later date. /�A�lc.R*;x��P�N=��\5�e��hp@��i�� ���2g�Ʈ&�8צ�9��ОJ˜f|qM�%�6�E�Ej�$�}�&�%g���s�4��*�4d���m;�n��j���2��9.=Af`�C����Z&��M�&J�h)�c�ͼz%��s{�L��7�ĸ��mC;�z���U����j�]��K���@|[���^,Stw��5`���+�������;�15a�n䒎�O��]����ݯ�N�8l�x��I:n$�w�\������g��� This table was compiled by TIO social work interns and can be used as a guide to creating your own table based on common experiences in your work. %PDF-1.5 Trauma is defined as an experience that overwhelms an individual’s capacity to cope (CCSA, 2012). Ryan punched his desk-mate in the stomach. <> Handouts. This activity has been approved by ARBO/COPE. Ask service users about their experiences with your organization - find out what they need to know about the system, and connect them to resources as needed. By Robyn Brickel, MA, LMFT . Putting Your Trauma Lens On Heather Forkey, MD September 28, 2019 ... At the conclusion of this activity, the participant should be able to: Define the 4 characteristics of a caregiving relationship necessary for healthy attachment Recognize the most common symptoms of trauma in children endobj ac��೺��v~n��G��k�F�舻߻��#�Q�����?O�>"y�H�k�B��{����m%*��U�!0,�-����H��c�:Ld�aQ�eY�Qb�0�@�Bp�J�\D�� ��54�la�\q����]�ɋ,#ГtY�^��PUOǂ���q�_q���K>��0\�j��8�W��rNa%�+���fm�B��abc-9P :Pv����H��?��A�����:�`�- jR�6̐ň7 (�d���L�?�t�Yւe� ��&-�+\m���e��U���V/2�1E+�*Z���(���g����g�s��^�U1O���XN)Q���#q��jpI�� A TRAUMA SENSITIVE SCHOOL IS… “A safe and respectful environment that enables students to build caring relationships with adults and peers, self-regulate their emotions and behaviors, and succeed academically, while supporting their physical health and well-being.” Traumasensitiveschools.org It’s a metaphor for an altered way of thinking for those who were not thinking of trauma before. what to replace “no-show” “non-compliant” etc. Add to that, the stresses caused by COVID-19, adjustments for distance learning, and increasing political turmoil. Copyright © 2020 Trauma Informed Oregon | All Rights Reserved. We also believe that the community needs education and resources in order to help individuals heal from childhood trauma. Multiple traumas or … March 30, 2016. This app begins the process of providing appropriate help and school interventions to children exposed to violence and trauma. x��]Ys�8�~���x�'l/�����=[���Ty�wczh����H I������������h�-�@f"/��ï�>�t��p>~�>ߋ��g�����RD�'B�u���o��w��M�Y���+f���I��v�Hl��`��޿���w��{!�ȹ[䈘�Ǝ' �O�@�GW��(����D� Traumatic stress can affect a student’s ability to learn, function in social environments, or manage emotions and behaviors. Training description pending. So, saying “a client was not able to make their appointment” may feel cumbersome, but it ensures we are removing that judgmental, pejorative lens. Teachers go to college to learn how to teach math, science, and reading – not mental health therapy. <> With a trauma-informed lens; What is wrong with this child/family? 1 0 obj A short time later, his desk-mate accidentally bumped Ryan. 3 0 obj The facilitator summarizes the key takeaways from Part 1 of Understanding Trauma and Its Impact. This table developed by TIO provides examples of how you can reframe challenging behaviors through a trauma lens. See a list of the resources that are available in Spanish. This table was compiled It also includes challenging environmental features. UNDERSTANDING TRAUMA AND ITS IMPACT ACTIVITY PACKET 4 PART 1: WHAT IS TRAUMA AND WHO IS AFFECTED? Trauma Lens Getting from ACEs to Trauma-informed Justice March 30, 2016 Circuit Judge Lynn Tepper, 6th Judicial Circuit at Dade City, Pasco County Florida ltepper@jud6.org . ... Take regular breaks from stressful activities Laugh every day Express yourself ?2 Seeing Addiction Through a Trauma-Informed Lens. “survival” brain), this physical contact fully triggered Ryan into a fight/flight reaction. Recognizing Trauma Activity Sharpen your lens to better understand how trauma affects behavior. Poverty, violence, hunger, abuse, and an unstable world are causing chronic stress for our nation's kids. • Consider your time and audience: Pick and choose which Activities and Post Video Discussion Questions you want to use. Survey evaluates: Complex trauma exposure, outcome, and intervention among children and adolescents. This child is not trying or This family does not care. Seeing Individuals Through a Trauma Lens Judge Lynn Tepper, 6th Judicial Circuit at Dade City, Pasco County Florida. View difficult, disrespectful, and defiant behaviors via a trauma-informed lens. List of Online Resources (PDF) For Florida In-service Training Hours: Florida (CWP) We value your privacy. �:]��>��&�H���ʎ�|@�7J�X7.ҡ��졉�(�N��"���Zg�h��$��)�������0 ��XB�@�X(�)�}��t�W� %�u� �ӽ��AI}r�2�]�+���������x��~n� 8ެğCF���[�8 =Y����E�Z�!��Z{0��f�����;e���s�K�>���-��(��ْQ|@�|�m��fy��_h Q\�8�~���b�M�0��E��X�]�"� This model is gender-specific: TREM for women and M-TREM for men. Vanessa Shrontz, M.S., M.S.W., L.S.W. Welcome to Trauma Lens Care (TLC), a place where professionals, parents, and caregivers involved in the lives of children from hard places can find resources, education and support. This table developed by TIO provides examples of how you can reframe challenging behaviors through a trauma lens. ��� Y��9�����1A�D.���sGr�N���A�Z�%����T�W����&�$�m�5��Q���)1�FJ���=Ջ��n}������s��iV-�S� ��#�:�8�Q����b�[b�d��b�0_��A�Z���BB�(���2_c#fp��p�30J��\>���Uly�sq5�`c)���S�`⧡g���F;K��z�V|�ƌ����n!4Y��$۸#�J��86i�x߯6�3GU��QEg9���9�_�q&V ��uC��=��,�`m$&�1�"55X�Vq�\3���x����RLɕB$�}$~�����e�d�]`� 2 0 obj with) ... “We know in regular times there’s huge benefits of physical activity on cognitive health, social health, and emotional health. Trauma is a lens. > Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study. G��"e- "����8�"��֋,-)��Z���4ב��y�(��'����%ڟ���8��膐f���[��;���4d*_f!�{��:���0i2��6+'0/vi&��g��MW�@*K��M,*t�P���ZL�$���i�>-�����ꍐE�f�i�2yΥ���@��I>���ۘL���]\0ex�p��]? Long wait periods. A trauma sensitive lens means maintaining awareness that children who have experienced trauma may react differently to a situation than their peers who have not experienced trauma. Online Resources for Seeing Individuals Through A Trauma Lens Training Video . ~mn�M I�AY]`��%e�T�����]p5N��2�U�`��؞��%�_G�V�Eڱ�{��������LQ���A?|t��l�8N%`�Ļj�+e�^P�$I2�OҲ�E�OD�vs:�C/#?8����=��>8n;k�8n���m �G!��7����R:����wض�����>���a���U���:�S�jQ�[^�(�m]O���E?�k�TAFq�֒�����������/B\��?�M|�7uF���Ơ��)����\bi�p�K�$D�G+y�����i+^3�Y�a.� Without adequate understanding of trauma, professionals may misinterpret a child’s behavior. Some children, usually those who have been abused, feel detached from their bodies, and may lose track of time and space. The Trauma Lens Administrative Leadership and Support School leaders actively support the adoption, implementation and maintenance of School-Wide Positive Behavior Support. �\k����0� ����/'\\�~���)i�%�(����C�qY�H�*Se#?�. Children who have experienced trauma do not view the world the same ways as children who have not experienced trauma. It is recommended to share at least 3-4 activities Define trauma and the types of trauma that exist Discuss the impact trauma has on child development and the developing brain Identify common behavior challenges among children who have been exposed to trauma Discuss the … Among other activities, she volunteers for Saving Promise (a violence prevention organization) and is a speaker for high school health and wellness programs. The National Child Traumatic Stress Network has found that 1 out of 4 children attending school have been exposed to a traumatic event. 2005; 35(5): 433-439 So with kids…when we put on the trauma lens… For example, school leaders may use certain handouts as part of a training day or staff meeting to explore Optometrists should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. TLC understands that ACEs (adverse childhood experiences) harm the developing brains of children and can lead to changing how they respond to stress; which often shows up in behaviors. In Part 1 of Understanding Trauma and Its Impact, we learned that Experiences become traumatic when they overwhelm our ability to cope. COPE Course ID #: 68480-CL COPE Activity/Event #: 119775 Training Description. ongoing professional development activities related to trauma sensitivity. Meredith Schilling, M.S. The pediatric provider, using a “trauma lens,” which constitutes observing a … Traumatic experiences occur at any age, and may include experiences such as child abuse and neglect to violence and war (CCSA, 2012). Trauma Informed Care: Looking at Behaviors Through a Trauma Lens Orchard Place/Child Guidance Center Gladys Noll Alvarez, LISW Trauma Informed Care Project Coordinator 1 . %���� Harvard Center on the Developing Child. 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It involves viewing trauma through and ecological and cultural lens and recognizing that context plays a significant role in how individuals perceive and process traumatic events, whether … Trauma Lens Care We believe that every individual has the capacity to grow and overcome adversity when cared for in a loving community. Already triggered to some degree into a heightened state of vigilance (i.e. “A trauma-informed approach to the delivery of behavioral health services includes an understanding of trauma and an awareness of the impact it can have across settings, services, and populations. It also includes challenging environmental features. Trauma Informed Oregon is a collaboration of university, public and private partners, individuals with lived experience, youth and family members that are committed to creating and sustaining a trauma informed system of care in Oregon. Trauma Recovery and Empowerment Model (TREM and M-TREM) The Trauma Recovery and Empowerment Model is intended for trauma survivors, particularly those with exposure to physical or sexual violence. <>>> The examples in the table are some of the most frequently reported in Trauma Informed Oregon (TIO) trainings and include challenging behaviors from service recipients and staff. Professionals who are trauma-informed —who have new trauma lenses—will be looking at the child’s behavior with their trauma lenses to better understand why the child is reacting adversely and inappropriately to the situation around him/her. ]t��F��E?t Trauma informed therapy with a bottom-up approach allows a person to explore the dysregulated feelings after safety and stabilization are built and felt. stream Q: Do you have any resources we can share with our co-workers with additional suggestions for more trauma-sensitive language (i.e. Psychiatric Annals. The sad truth is that prolonged exposure to stress can damage the centers of the brain associated with learning, cause behavioral problems, and increase the cycle of violence. Robyn also provides professional training on trauma… OBJECTIVES. Use a trauma lens to remind yourself and co-workers why someone may be in a situation where they may need to exhibit these behaviors. A trauma lens is not a physical lens. Key Concepts: Toxic stress. EXAMINING CHALLENGING BEHAVIORS FROM A TRAUMA LENS. The examples in the table are some of the most frequently reported in Trauma Informed Oregon (TIO) trainings and include challenging behaviors from service recipients and staff. What are the impacts of COVID-19 on kids from a trauma lens? While police brutality and the ways in which systems organize to protect unethical officers has been examined under various social science lenses, the lens of psychological trauma is an important but often overlooked point of reference for understanding the antecedents and consequences of this form of violence (Aymer, 2016; Grills et al., 2016). Trauma in childhood is now understood to cause long-term effects on the brain and body. ... Help ensure efforts are coordinated and help others to view your children through a trauma lens. Behavior is based on needs. Learn more on our Privacy Policy. Challenging behavior/event SERVICE PROVIDER Term Description; Acute Trauma: A single traumatic event (e.g., burglary, natural disaster, house fire) Adverse Childhood Experiences Glossary. Presume a ... activity. 4 0 obj Of vigilance ( i.e not care for those who were not thinking of trauma before and space out of children. 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