Does TSI provide consultation on program evaluation/research using the ARTIC Scale?

Yes, TSI can provide paid consultation for program evaluation and research projects. Many schools, agencies, and service systems are now being required to evaluate their trauma-informed care initiatives. The ARTIC Scale as well as other key measures can be used to do that evaluation.

Our services include: online data collection; data analysis; creation of local norms for the evaluation; display of BOTH individual staff results and organization-wide results on a dashboard tailored to your organization; resources for staff on how to address areas where they scored in the low range; data-driven recommendations about how to further implement, sustain, and deepen trauma-informed system change.

Contact Steve Brown, Psy.D. at to discuss this service.



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