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A Treasure Box for Creating Trauma-Informed Organizations

A Ready-to-Use Resource for Trauma, Adversity, and Culturally Informed,
  • ISBN-13: 9781787753129
  • Publisher: JESSICA KINGSLEY PUBLISHERS
    Imprint: JESSICA KINGSLEY PUBLISHERS
  • Author: Treisman, Dr Karen, Clinical Psychologist, trainer, & author
  • Price: AUD $192.00
  • Stock: 0 in stock
  • Availability: Book will be despatched upon release.
  • Local release date: 08/07/2021
  • Format: Paperback (297.00mm X 210.00mm) 704 pages Weight: 0g
  • Categories: Social work [JKSN]Counselling & advice services [JKSN2]Trauma & shock [MMKB]
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This Treasure Box book is packed full of valuable resources from bestselling and award-winning author, trainer, organizational consultant, and Clinical Psychologist Dr. Karen Treisman, and will show you how to weave a deep understanding of trauma and adversity into the daily practice and the whole fabric of your organization. This expert knowledge is presented in a bright and easy to understand way. Every chapter contains a huge array of colour photocopiable worksheets, downloadable materials, practical ideas, reflective questions, and exercises ready to use both individually and organizationally. Covering guidance on policies, recruitment, supervision, language, cultural humility, co-production, team meeting ideas, staff wellbeing and more, this is the ultimate treasure trove for getting your organization truly and meaningfully trauma-informed. There are also contributors from all over the world within different contexts, from prisons to social care to schools to residential homes and much more, which illustrate how to take the ideas and apply them into real world practice.
Part 1: Introduction to Individual and Organizational Trauma, as Well as the What, Why and How of Trauma-Informed System-Wide Change 1. Introduction and Types of Trauma 2. Organizational Trauma 3. What and Why: Trauma-Informed Rationale 4. Baseline and Readiness Assessment Part 2: Values and Principles 5. Safety and Trust 6. Relationship Focus 7. Curiosity/Behaviour is Communication 8. Strengths and Hope 9. Cultural Humility and Responsiveness 10. Co-Production Voice and Choice 11. Integration and Connection/Collaboration/Communication and Values Summary Part 3: Trauma-Informed Practice Being Infused into Various Aspects of the Organization 12. Language 13. Leadership 14. Team Meetings and Reflective Practice 15. Supervision 16. Staff Wellbeing 17. Training, Building Momentum and Working Groups 18. Policies, Induction and Recruitment Including Disciplinary Processes 19. Practices Including Assessments and Transitions
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