I wanted to share this article with you; it does a great job at reminding those working in trauma-informed care to maintain a strengths-based mindset that highlights strength and resiliency, as well as one that encompasses environmental and political factors in trauma. This author uses the term 'healing centered engagement' to promote a holistic and communal view of healing:
A healing centered approach is holistic involving culture, spirituality, civic action and collective healing. A healing centered approach views trauma not simply as an individual isolated experience, but rather highlights the ways in which trauma and healing are experienced collectively. The term healing centered engagement expands how we think about responses to trauma and offers more holistic approach to fostering well-being.
I encourage you to read the full article by Shawn Ginwright here: https://medium.com/@ginwright/...agement-634f557ce69c