Kateri Coyhis, from the Mahican Nation, is Director of White Bison Training Institute in Colorado Springs. Drawing upon her own journey of recovery, she tells host Jeff Olivet about the Wellbriety Movement providing culturally based healing to the next 7 generations of indigenous people. To learn more visit www.whitebison.org.
In a dynamic conversation with host Jeff Olivet, the Center for Social Innovation's Kristen Paquette and Molly Richard discuss the research behind the TICOMETER (launching in January 2017), the first psychometrically validated tool to measure trauma-informed care. They explore what makes the online tool so impactful and useful for organizations providing health and human services support for people.
Systems that interact with children and youth are increasingly turning to solutions that combine trauma-informed care and trauma-specific therapeutic services. Dr Carmela DeCandia discusses the adverse impact of trauma on children’s development and the role that service providers can play in supporting resiliency and family well-being.
In this episode Jeff meets with Dr. Rachel Latta to discuss how human service providers can recognize and respond to trauma related behaviors, and how that helps the process of service provision.