Healing, Resiliency, and Trauma-Informed Care & Practice with Dr. Tami DeCoteau
3-part webinar series; Dr. Tami DeCoteau discusses how to incorporate trauma-informed care in Indigenous clinic and healthcare settings.
Over the course of 3 webinar sessions, Dr. Tami DeCoteau discusses how historical trauma in Indigenous communities may manifest in the body, as well as how to integrate Traditional healing and resilience into patient care. She highlights how clinics and health care organizations that serve Indigenous communities can integrate trauma-informed care in their physical environments and client-facing interactions.
Each webinar session includes insights from Dr. DeCoteau as well as comments and questions from the CRIHB Tribal Partners who participated in the sessions. The series is broken up into 3 pre-recorded webinars:
- How Trauma Impacts Development (76 mins)
- Implementing Trauma-Informed Care and Practice (54 mins)
- Trauma-Informed Care Implementation Strategy and Discussion (67 mins)
This 3-part webinar series with Dr. Tami DeCoteau was planned in partnership with 5 Tribal Health Programs, the California Rural Indian Health Board, Inc. (CRIHB), and Cardea through funding from the ACEs Aware Initiative Network of Care grant. The Cardea team would like to extend gratitude to all the CRIHB partners who participated in these webinars calls and contributed their insights and energy, and to the ACEs Aware Initiative for its generous support.
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Here is the course outline:
1. Series Information
Background on the Healing, Resiliency, and Trauma-Informed Care & Practice Conversation Series with Dr. DeCoteau.
2. How Trauma Impacts Development
May 7, 2021 Webinar Session
3. Implementing Trauma-Informed Care and Practice
June 4, 2021 Webinar Session
4. Trauma-Informed Care Implementation Strategy and Discussion
September 9, 2021 Webinar Session