We don’t need to reinvent the wheel. Learn what other workplaces are doing.
How do you implement trauma-informed care?
- BC Mental Health & Substance Use Services – Trauma informed practice guidelines and tools (including the calm room)
How can policy and procedures reflect trauma-informed care?
- Manitoba Trauma Information and Education Centre. Information about creating policies and programs, hiring, HR, policy and procedure, monitoring and evaluation.
3 Ways to Impact Positive Change at Work When You Aren’t ‘Leadership’
We aren’t reinventing the wheel – we are joining others in their work so we can amplify voices, help ourselves and help create people-centred, trauma-informed healthcare spaces.
“When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, “Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.”
Here are some helpers when the time comes…
NHS Consultant Helen Bevan runs a FREE online course for healthcare providers called ‘School for Change Agents’. Learn more about why the ‘new power’ in organizations is more evenly distributed (even though it doesn’t seem that way) and how to use it to effect change at work, connect with other ‘Change Agents’ and why self-care is a radical act.
Does finding ‘Joy in Work’ sound flaky? It’s not. Download and read this white paper on how you can help your workplace become more responsive to human needs.
Asset-based community development (ABCD) is a movement that is usually used for neighbourhoods – but a healthcare setting is a kind of neighbourhood.
ABCD has some excellent resource tools for helping whatever your neighbourhood is in assessing and using everyone’s best skills for the good of the team.