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Understanding and Applying ACEs Data Responsibly

Posted: 9/3/2019 1:08:54 PM by Dr. Elizabeth Meeker

As understanding of Adverse Childhood Events (ACEs) has moved from the world of research into the mainstream, close attention must be paid to what is meant by “ACEs” and how the they are considered within a larger social construct.  Since our interpretation of information will drive our intervention, it is important to be informed consumers of data -understanding what data tells us, and what it doesn't.

Tagged as: ACEs, Data, Resilience, Trauma
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Considering Trauma in Residential Care

Posted: 8/1/2019 6:00:00 AM by Amy H. Scheel-Jones

In this month’s newsletter, we’ll be exploring the topic of trauma-responsiveness within residential care and treatment.  Profound work is being done throughout our state and nationally that seeks to apply what we know about trauma to working with the most vulnerable in our communities.  My own experience with this topic is indirect and yet it made a profound impact on my life and professional perspective.

Tagged as: resilience, trauma, "Trauma Informed Care", treatment
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Essential Services for Victims of Violence

Posted: 7/1/2019 6:00:00 AM by Elizabeth Cronin, Esq. Director, Office of Victim Services

We now have a deeper appreciation for how people react to trauma and victimization. This is good news. And the other good news is that there are over 200 programs in New York State funded by the NYS Office of Victim Services (OVS) where crime victims can get assistance to go from victim to survivor to thriver.  These programs offer trauma-informed services to provide victims with help, hope and healing.

Tagged as: criminal, enforcement, justice, juvenile, law, trauma, victim
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The Alphabet Soup of Trauma Work

Posted: 6/1/2019 12:00:00 AM by Amy H. Scheel-Jones

Whether an organization is just getting started in change or been working at it for a long time, it can be overwhelming to see all the different terms associated with the work.  Trauma-Informed, Trauma-Responsive, Trauma-Sensitive, Resilience, and Healthy Development frameworks can all be applied.  Seeing and hearing all these terms can be confusing.  What steps do we take? What framework is the right one to follow?

Tagged as: care, health, resilience, trauma-informed
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The Rise of the Trauma Informed Mothers

Posted: 5/1/2019 12:00:00 AM by Dawn Daum

It took becoming a mom and settling into my own restless soul before I really started to see how and in what ways I could “not be like them.” Yes, throwing graduation caps in the air and building a career around using my empathy to my advantage was a part of that for me, but it’s been moments in which I am triggered as a parent and can acknowledge it, and use it that I can literally feel the breaks in the cycle. Triggers now liberate me, not trap me.

The next generation is less likely to wear predisposed shackles of trauma because as trauma-informed parents, we are re-wiring the traumatically stressed DNA that was passed down to us. Radical transformation is taking place because, using education and awareness, a generation of survivors have learned how to radically love themselves.

We are standing up, speaking out, reaching out, and lifting our children out of the generational dysfunctions that previously we felt powerless to do. The rise of the trauma-informed parent is empowering the systems that foster our recovery to re-think recovery as usual.

Tagged as: aces, Caregivers, parenting, resilience, survivor, trauma
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Getting the Most from the New York State Trauma-Informed Network

Posted: 12/27/2018 2:53:32 PM by Amy H. Scheel-Jones

Welcome to the New York State Trauma-Informed Network!  Our goal is to help individuals, caregivers, professionals and organizations connect with one another to help enhance trauma-responsive practice change throughout New York.  This site will be dedicated to sharing quality resources, promoting events/training opportunities, and providing access to champions throughout the state engaged in these efforts.  Here is a brief orientation to help you get started.

Tagged as: Caregivers, "Trauma Informed Care", Welcome
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