TRAUMA FOCUSED CARE
Trauma-Focused Care utilizes a bio-psycho-social-spiritual approach across the spectrum of traumatology to address childhood and individual trauma, community trauma, and trauma caused by environmental disturbances and phenomena.
The College of Clinical Care embraces the findings and conclusions found in evidence-based, trauma research of allied national and international organizations, including the following:
The American Psychological Association has expressed the importance of helping people through trauma.
The American Group Psychotherapy Association has established an evidenced-based protocol for dealing with trauma.
Harvard University's School of Public Health has stated that treating and mitigating trauma represents a shift in root-cause thinking for mental health professionals.
U.S. Department of Health & Human Services has established a robust curriculum for trauma-informed care.
According to the American Public Health Association, Trauma-informed care is a service provision model used across a range of practice settings.