Provides a trauma-informed integrated healthcare model for conceptualizing young children exposed to violence and other traumatic stressors.
The NCTSN has produced dozens of webinar series, comprised of virtual presentations by expert researchers and practitioners, on various topics in the field of child traumatic stress. Most webinars are from 60 to 90 minutes in length and are available for continuing education credit.
Lays a groundwork of fundamental knowledge about integrated health care and how it relates to trauma.
Provides a picture of the challenges experienced by families caring for youth with trauma and substance use.
Offers perspectives on the intersections between trauma, caregiver substance use, parenting, and prenatal substance use exposure.
Describes ways military families communicate during and after deployment.
Focuses on understanding the intersection between cyberbullying and trauma.
Explores elements and strategies to adapt evidence-based treatments for military children and families.
Describes what comprehensive care for children in the child welfare system looks like.
Focuses on strategies and innovations that support the meaningful use of the CANS-Trauma and FANS-Trauma in practice in a range of child and family settings.
Shares examples of how organizations can incorporate military-informed procedures and practices, beginning with asking about service member status and affiliations.
Provides an understanding of trauma, traumatic stress, and toxic stress within the context of integrated healthcare.
Describes the connections between intimate partner violence and substance use.