Introduces ways to incorporate parents to improve outcomes for children exposed to trauma. This webinar discusses ways parents' own histories of trauma exposure can impact their parenting and offer strategies for intervention.
The following resources on Families and Trauma were developed by the NCTSN.
Discusses important policy issues related to the delivery of trauma-informed evidence-based care to children and families affected by traumatic events.
Describes three family-based models of intervention: FOCUS, Strengthening Family Coping Resources, and Trauma Adapted Family Connections.
Discusses multi-generational trauma within families and how it presents unique assessment and treatment planning considerations. This webinar offers family- and trauma-informed resources and decision-making strategies to guide assessment and treatment planning.
Highlights key findings and offers effective and promising engagement strategies that support families' healing. This webinar discusses strength building in the aftermath of trauma exposure.
Presenters describe the essential components of family-informed trauma treatment in this webinar.
Discusses the reactions of families who are exposed to multiple traumas and harsh circumstances. This webinar describes how families adapt to such conditions by exploring the clinical characteristics commonly observed.
Discusses the reasoning and importance of including a family in trauma-informed care. This webinar presents theories that explain the role of the family in response to trauma and reviews objectives and core therapeutic strategies that can be used with families to support positive adaptation.
Details the importance of a trauma assessment when families have experienced a trauma and guides clinicians in the assessment process.
Outlines the causes and consequences of child abuse. This video describes how family-focused interventions can help families make a new beginning.
Provides information about the impact of child sexual abuse.
Provides information for family members and caregivers who are trying to decide whether or not to serve on advisory boards.