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Trauma Informed Oregon Happenings January/February 2020

From Mandy Davis, LCSW, PhD, Director, Trauma Informed Oregon This is our 31st newsletter! Most of our newsletters have had themes based on a sector or population. We are going to do something a bit different in 2020 and focus each newsletter on SAMSHA’s [...]

Training & Education Updates January/February 2020

From Ana Hristić, MA, LCSW, Director of Education & Workforce Strategies, Trauma Informed Oregon The Hosting a Meeting Using Principles of Trauma Informed Care handout is a useful compilation of suggestions for all who wish to begin to inform their practices of hosting gatherings [...]

Implementation Updates January/February 2020

From Stephanie Sundborg, PhD, Research and Evaluation Coordinator, Trauma Informed Oregon Over the next year you will notice that Trauma Informed Oregon is centering our newsletters around the principles of trauma informed care (TIC). These principles were first offered by Harris & Fallot (2001) [...]

Reframing Workplace Safety Through Social Innovation

A clearer view: Mt. Hood, 5 years after the Tilly Jane Fire From Felicia Eckstein, Consultant, Cornerstone Analytics, LLC "And loss of control is always the source of fear. It is also however, always the source of change." --James Frey Out with the Old: [...]

This video was presented at the keynote for the 2019 Trauma Informed Care in Oregon Conference. It is a compilation of people from around Oregon answering questions about what trauma informed care means to them. We hope this will inspire you to further the work of trauma informed care around the state and beyond!

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