TRAILS Learning Capture
Source: National TTA Center for Child, Youth, and Family Mental Health (NTTAC)
Resource Type: Document or Publication
Transformation Team Subjects: Clinical Practice & Health Care, Community Wellness & Peer Supports, Infant & Early Childhood, Partnership for System Transformation, School-based Services, Youth & Young Adults of Transition Age
Key Topics: Trauma-Informed Care
While many people will experience trauma at some point in their lives, how we heal depends on external factors that impact the care and support we receive. These factors include, but are not limited to: race, culture, ethnicity, socio- economic status, temperament, and our own individual resilience–something we’ll dig into later in this learning capture.
Using trauma-informed practices and approaches means that we deliver services with an awareness of the environment or the big picture in addition to considering individual needs.
This Learning Capture is a snapshot of our conversation from our TRAILS Kick-Off event on October 21, 2021.