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Anyone in the Workplace

“Becoming trauma informed”  is a video for anyone working in a service setting, including all staff and volunteers, of the possibility of trauma in the people accessing their service.

This short video introduces the concept of becoming trauma-informed. Through real life examples, it shows how implementing the 5 principles of Trauma Informed Practice: safety, trustworthiness, choice, collaboration, empowerment can and does make a real difference.

Being trauma-informed helps not only the person accessing a service and the person delivering it but also the service culture itself. Being trauma-informed’ is a win-win for all; this video will show you how. 

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