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Incorporating Trauma-Informed Care Principles Into Practice
 
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Thank you for participating in OVC's Web Forum Guest Host Series. We hope this discussion will help you better serve crime victims. Please continue to discuss this and other topics with your colleagues on ...
OVCRC
12/08/2014
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What advice can you offer an agency who works with other agencies that are not aware of T-I care and may not understand when families present as not ready to address matters during intake? For example, if ...
Ashely Harris
12/08/2014
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Gabriella Grant
12/08/2014
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Is there any research on the effects of physical and mechanical restraints, seclusion and strip searches on kids who have been exposed to trauma?
Eliza
12/08/2014
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Gabriella Grant
12/08/2014
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What are some acceptable trauma informed care boundaries for frequent hotline callers?
Katryn Duarte
12/08/2014
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Carole Warshaw
12/08/2014
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Carole Warshaw
12/08/2014
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Gabriella Grant
12/08/2014
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Gabriella Grant
12/08/2014
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Can you recommend resources or best practice models of organizations or communities who have incorporated trauma informed care principles into practices? We are looking for organizational models and maybe...
K Simms
12/08/2014
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Carole Warshaw
12/08/2014
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Does cultural diversity modify how we incorporate trauma informed care?
Rebecca Minardi
12/08/2014
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Carole Warshaw
12/08/2014
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Carole Warshaw
12/08/2014
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Gabriella Grant
12/08/2014
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Maybe a very basic question, but can you give me a concise "elevator pitch" to describe what is and the importance of trauma informed care? I am asked this a lot.
Rebecca Minardi
12/08/2014
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Gabriella Grant
12/08/2014
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Carole Warshaw
12/08/2014
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Carole Warshaw
12/08/2014
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Do you have any special advice on providing services to assault victims [employees or their family members] who have been involved in an incident inside of a corrections facility?
Robert Pace
12/08/2014
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Gabriella Grant
12/08/2014
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How do sessions limits work in a trauma informed care setting?
Britte
12/08/2014
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Gabriella Grant
12/08/2014
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Hi, could you please speak to the scope for utilization of trauma-informed care within juvenile detention and committed placement facilities?
Nick
12/08/2014
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Gabriella Grant
12/08/2014
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Gabriella Grant
12/08/2014
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Gabriella Grant
12/08/2014
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Does research show a relationship between trauma-informed care and recidivism for individuals who have a history of trauma and who are also involved within the criminal justice system?
Ron M.
12/08/2014
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Carole Warshaw
12/08/2014
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Carole Warshaw
12/08/2014
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Carole Warshaw
12/08/2014
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Carole Warshaw
12/08/2014
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Markia Randle
12/29/2014
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Gabriella Grant
12/08/2014
arrow icon Part 2: Unfortunately, there are very few good evaluations t...
Gabriella Grant
12/08/2014
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Gabriella Grant
12/08/2014
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What are some specific ways in which T-I care principles are put into practice in gender-specific and culturally competent ways?
LaurieSchaffner
12/08/2014
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Gabriella Grant
12/08/2014
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Gabriella Grant
12/08/2014
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Carole Warshaw
12/08/2014
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Carole Warshaw
12/08/2014
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Carole Warshaw
12/08/2014
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Carole Warshaw
12/08/2014
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What is the best practice for interviewing a diverse population of individuals (homeless, rape and DV victims, mental illness, substance abuse) who want access to our shelter utilizing a trauma informed ap...
Joey Cox
12/08/2014
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Carole Warshaw
12/08/2014
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Carole Warshaw
12/08/2014
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Gabriella Grant
12/08/2014
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Gabriella Grant
12/08/2014
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Carole Warshaw
12/08/2014
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Carole Warshaw
12/08/2014
arrow icon Part 1: Traditionally, asking about trauma includes a list o...
Gabriella Grant
12/08/2014
arrow icon Understanding the range of ways we can be affected by trauma...
Carole Warshaw
12/08/2014
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Carole Warshaw
12/08/2014
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The Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) is pleased to welcome Gabriella Grant, M.A. and Carole Warshaw, M.D. to the OVC Web Forum. They will be available to answer your questions on best practices for Incorp...
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