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Emotional Resilience During Times of Civil UnresstUnlawful riots broke out in the United States capitol recently, causing havoc, injuries, conflict, and damage. Images of angry and armed people storming the nation’s capitol have flooded social media and the news. If you are fearful and anxious, you’re not alone. This is an unprecedented moment. Seeing images of violence and destruction may have direct impact on your health and wellbeing, potentially resulting in anxiety, elevated blood pressure and other physical and emotional symptoms. With emotions ranging from grief and genuine anger to shock and disillusionment, it’s no surprise that many of us are feeling unsettled.
Trauma Informed CareThis is a PowerPoint Presentation offered via the National Behavioral Consortium (NBC) that addresses the issue of trauma-informed care (TIC). Trauma-informed care is described as practices that promote a culture of safety, empowerment, and healing. Topics covered include the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration principles for TIC, trauma treatment approaches, and case illustrations.