Becoming a Trauma-Informed Organization to Meet the Needs of Increasingly Complex Clients in Child Welfare

FREE Webinar - Wednesday, May 22, 3:00-4:00 p.m., EST
As more children receive community-based services, everyone agrees that the typical client in child welfare agencies has grown exponentially more acute and complex. Old models are not working and provider agencies are scrambling to manage and treat the extreme behaviors of youth in their care.
Recognizing this fact, more and more states are mandating that child welfare agencies become trauma-informed. The state of California, for example, passed statewide legislation requiring that state-funded residential and foster care agencies implement trauma-informed care (TIC).
But, what does that really mean? Where do you start? And how do you move the needle toward being a trauma-informed child welfare agency?
Whether you are just now hearing about TIC, have already sent staff to a mix of trainings, or have started the challenging process of TIC implementation, this webinar is for you.
Participants will leave this webinar understanding:
  • What it REALLY means to be a trauma-informed organization
  • The benefits of a whole-system change process rather than a piecemeal approach to change
  • The stages of implementation and how to sustain hard-won progress over time
  • The importance of concrete implementation tools and measures to evaluate progress
  • The features and benefits of the Traumatic Stress Institute's Whole System Change Model 
Register today, for this FREE webinar, offered by the Traumatic Stress Institute of Klingberg Family Centers, on Wed, May 22, 3:00-4:00 p.m., EST
Our Mission:  To foster the transformation of organizations and service systems to trauma-informed care 
through the delivery of whole-system consultation, professional training, coaching and research. 
To learn more about the Traumatic Stress Institute, including our Whole System Change Model and the ARTIC Scale, one of the only psychometrically valid measures of trauma-informed care available, visit, or contact TSI directly at 860-832-5562 or
Thank you for all you do to spread trauma-informed care,
Steve Brown, Psy.D.
Traumatic Stress Institute

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