Blue Knot Foundation has a fact sheet and video on “Becoming trauma informed” for anyone in the workplace. It aims to help staff and volunteers, employed in any capacity, in any service setting to be aware of the possibility of trauma in the people accessing their service.
Blue Knot Foundation has also produced a fact sheet on "Trauma informed delivery" for managers. It reminds managers of the need for trauma-informed services and the impact of vicarious trauma to their staff, as well as service delivery.
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.
Fact sheet for Workers
Blue Knot Foundation's fact sheet for workers in diverse service settings where they are exposed to trauma.
Fact sheet for Managers
Blue Knot Foundation's fact sheet for managers in trauma informed service delivery
"Becoming trauma informed"
is a video for anyone in the workplace to be aware 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.