September 25-27, 2022
The Trauma Informed Care Best Practice Project (TIC Project)
The costs of emotional trauma were staggering well before the Covid 19 pandemia and the invasion of Ukraine, now the worldwide burden of trauma has doubled up.
The costs of trauma are systemic, trauma damages individual and social health and if untreated may be passed to the next generation. The high economic costs of trauma hit the trauma survivors , their families, communities and countries.
Trauma Informed Care Best Practices are the scientifically sound procedures that avoid the risks of retraumatization and can facilitate growth from trauma.
The TIC Project aims to educate, train, support and empower for free all the different stakeholders around the world: thanks to the knowledge, acquired, they will be better able to apply its principles in their area of work. Our programs are specifically designed for the different stakeholders: helping professionals, teachers, managers, parents etc.
We are actively supporting Ukraine; the next totally free activity is a mini training and need assessment for Ukrainian psychotherapists is September 25-27, 2022 For information: https://bsun.org/pages/bsun-ndash-waas-joint-initiative-on-trauma-informed-care-in-ukraine.php