The Traumatic Stress Institute fosters the transformation of organizations and service systems to trauma-informed care (TIC) through the delivery of whole-system consultation, professional training, coaching, and research.
Interpreting Client Behaviors When clients act out, are disrespectful, threaten others or property, or have difficulty apologizing after they have caused harm, it is not unusual that you may feel that the client’s behavior reflects negatively on you. It can be helpful... Building the Relationship The most highly researched aspect of treatment is that change happens when the client feels they have a strong relationship with their treater. This is more important than any technique or other variable. Although we are never able to control... Symptoms as Adaptations A trauma-informed care perspective asserts that all the behaviors we call symptoms or problems are solutions for the client. The client is escaping intolerable feelings by doing a behavior that helps in the moment, even though it has long-term... mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Core Subscales (ARTIC-35 and ARTIC-45) (There are no subscales in the ARTIC-10) Underlying Causes of Problem Behavior and Symptoms. Emphasizes behavior and symptoms as adaptations and malleable versus behavior and symptoms as intentional and fixed. Responses to...
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