May 2018

FREE Webinar: Measuring Trauma-Informed Care using ARTIC Scale

In April 2016, the Attitudes Related to Trauma-Informed Care (ARTIC) Scale was released. It remains one of the only psychometrically-valid measures of trauma-informed care (TIC) available. In only two years, the ARTIC has been used by over 150 entities in 10 countries, translated into 4 languages, and administered to over 25,000 professionals. In response to rapidly-increasing interest in the ARTIC Scale, this FREE webinar will provide updated information for those considering whether the...

Equity Lessons for Organizational Leaders [medium.com] & Question

(Cissy's note: I read the article below this morning and think it's excellent. It made me wonder who else is thinking more about equity issues as central to becoming/being trauma-informed? It seems for some organizations and communities this is required, recognized and prioritized from the start and for others, this is something not done at all or at least not done much until many years into the work of initiatives. For me, my ACEs awareness was not combined, from the get-go. I blame my own...

Podcast Interview with Jane Stevens

Jane Stevens has worked for nearly 40 years as a journalist primarily covering science, health and technology. When she learned about Adverse Childhood Experiences, or ACEs, she saw unmet needs to disseminate the findings of ACEs science and to bring practitioners together. She created Acestoohigh.com and ACESconnection.com , a news site and social networking site which both serve as hubs for education about ACEs and resiliency as well as offering connection for communities striving to put...

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