Trauma-Informed Approach e-learning Pilot (Surrey and NE Hampshire)

Trauma-Informed approaches to healthcare

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This session looks at what delivering trauma-informed care means in health and social care settings. It describes how spaces and interventions that are designed to be supportive, caring and ‘safe’ can actually sometimes make someone feel threatened or psychologically 'unsafe'.

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Contributed by: Trauma-Informed Approach e-learning Pilot (Surrey and NE Hampshire)
Authored by: Rebecca Burgess-Dawson
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Last updated: 08 February 2024
First contributed: 08 February 2024
Audience access level: General user


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