TIO News

Connecting and Relating

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From Mandy Davis, LCSW, PhD, Director, Trauma Informed Oregon It is 2022! Our newsletter theme – connecting and relating – was inspired by the survey TIO sent out in the Fall asking for your ideas for evolving trauma informed practices and how TIO could support your work. Three themes emerged Connecting and Relating

A Focus on the Trauma Informed Principle Cultural, Historical, and Gender Issues

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From Mandy Davis, LCSW, PhD, Director, Trauma Informed Oregon We have been focusing each newsletter on one of Substance Abuse Mental Health Service Administration’s (SAMHSA’s) principles of trauma informed care. This newsletter is focused on the principle titled: Cultural, Historical, and Gender Issues. It has been my practice, when teaching A Focus on the Trauma Informed Principle Cultural, Historical, and Gender Issues

Valuing of Relationships is Key to Collaboration & Mutuality

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March 3, 2021 From Mandy Davis, LCSW, PhD, Director, Trauma Informed Oregon This newsletter is focused on the trauma informed principle: Collaboration and Mutuality. As defined by SAMHSA this principle states: “There is recognition that healing happens in relationships and in the meaningful sharing of power and decision making. The Valuing of Relationships is Key to Collaboration & Mutuality

Environments that Encourage Voice, Choice, and Empowerment Start with Intentional Listening

August 18, 2020 From Isha Charlie-McNeely, Director of Outreach, Inclusion, and Community Engagement, Trauma Informed Oregon In the past year I stepped into more of a leadership role with our youth and young adult council, Oregon Trauma Advocates Council (OTAC) and it made me realize how much I appreciate working with, Environments that Encourage Voice, Choice, and Empowerment Start with Intentional Listening