Improving Health through Trauma-Informed Care

People who experience physically or emotionally harmful or life threatening events can have lasting adverse mental and physical health effects. Trauma-informed care can improve patient engagement with their providers and support health outcomes. In addition, a clinic environment that realizes the widespread impact of trauma can actively resist re-traumatization of the people you serve. 

How can you embed trauma-informed approaches into the practice of your integrated primary care clinic?

Join this webinar to walk through what a trauma-informed clinic looks like and simple steps you can take to ensure your services and clinic environment are trauma-informed.

Before you join us for the webinar, get a primer on trauma-informed care on SAMHSA’s web page and review some of the resources available on CIHS’ trauma web page.

After this webinar, you will be able to:

  • Identify characteristics of a trauma-informed primary care clinic
  • Recognize specific steps to educate staff and patients on trauma’s effects and to modify daily clinic routines to become trauma-informed
  • Obtain practical resources for implementing trauma-informed care in a primary care clinic

Closed captioning is available upon request.

Register for free at:

Start Date + Time July 28, 2015 @ 12:00 pm
End Date + Time July 28, 2015 @ 1:30 pm
Location Webinar