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The Institute on Aging and Trauma led by the Center on Holocaust Survivor Care has produced this guide. The New York State Office for the Aging is working in partnership...

“The Art of Reflective Supervision” is an exciting menu of learning experiences that are being supported by the NYS Office of Mental Health with funding from the Research Foundation for...

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This video synthesizes the content from the first three sessions and provides an opportunity to review and reflect on what you have learned and the implications. You will identify ways...

This video emphasizes the importance of cultural responsiveness and self-awareness in creating an organizational climate and culture that is conducive to staff wellness. Self-awareness is essential to the work that...

This video provides an overview of the frameworks for wellness and resilience, applying those to the workforce, to gain an understanding of the factors that contribute to our capacity to...

This video focuses on the specific ways that trauma shows up in the workforce. The goal is to enable you to recognize the signs of work related stressors, which will...

A trauma-informed approach to service delivery is rooted in two primary areas: 1) Creating a safe and supportive environment, and 2) Fostering trusting and meaningful relationships. In this resource, we...

All organizations, regardless of their primary mission – legal services, foster care, elder care, mental health support, housing, addiction services, etc. – should strive to be trauma-responsive both internally (i.e.,...

Our nation is at a critical precipice for reimagining how to improve access to and quality of the services for children, families, and communities throughout the United States (US) who...

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