Complex trauma describes both children’s exposure to multiple traumatic events—often of an invasive, interpersonal nature—and the wide-ranging, long-term effects of this exposure.
Describes the effects of complex trauma on families. This webinar discusses family exposure to trauma in the context of family life events, adverse life events and trauma.
Introduces a concept of trauma and offers a framework for becoming a trauma-informed organization, system, or service sector.
Provides an overview of the CANS-Trauma and FANS-Trauma tools in relation to trauma-informed assessment, treatment and service planning, and caregiver/family engagement. This webinar series shows the use of these assessment strategies.
Discusses the challenges traumatized youth face when they are living on the street, including the relationship between trauma and youth homelessness, and offers suggestions for service providers who want to engage these young people in treatment.
Highlights the need for clinicians and policy makers to understand the links between trauma and culture.
Features a trauma-informed caregiver discussing how to partner with a variety of providers including pediatricians.
Outlines the NCTSN resources that are available on culture and trauma before 2006.
Provides clinicians, counselors, and other providers with insights on dealing with the most difficult crises and turning points that occur in therapy with traumatized children and families.
Introduces Miguel, a 17-year-old with a history of truancy, fighting, and multiple arrests since the age of 14— around the time his mother passed away from cancer.