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Centered in Healing: Embodying Healing Informed Care

by Karen Laing, IBCLC AMT
  • Duration: 60 Mins
  • Credits: 1 CERP, 1 R-CERP, 1 Dietetic CEU
  • Learning Format: Webinar
  • Handout: Yes
  • Origin: GOLD Learning

Trauma-Informed Care (TIC) foundations establish that qualities such as trust, respect, compassion, and self-regulation on the part of the practitioner are essential to creating the conditions that would translate into ‘safety,’ ‘trustworthiness,’ ‘mutuality,’ and ‘choice.’

But how do we develop these qualities?

In many ways, we have an ideal in our imagination for this quality of personhood that ‘delivers’ trauma sensitive care, but we often fail to explore how exactly one cultivates and maintains an approach that is not just ‘informed’ but embodied.

By briefly reviewing the history and limitations of trauma-informed care and exploring the emerging themes at the intersection of trauma-healing, social justice, and somatic studies, we will define Healing Informed Care (HIC) and what the framework asks of us in our care roles.

As we learn the ‘what’ of healing-informed approaches, we will uncover the ‘why’ and the ‘how.’ Participants will emerge with a practice map for building skills that not only make Healing Informed Care possible, but skills that support meaningful self-monitoring and self-care, critically important to buffer against stress and burnout in these professions. By building an intimate and compassionate awareness of our own patterned responses, we unleash the potential to better understand and to attend to the bodies that we are in, and to naturally build ‘beloved community’ where safety, dignity and care are more readily available in service of healing.

Learning Objectives:

1. Describe the potential of Healing Informed interactions as a response to individual and collective trauma.

2. List 6 qualities that are central to the delivery of Healing Informed Care/Trauma Informed Care.

3. Describe simple awareness practices that over time, build our capacity to embody qualities that support safety, dignity, trust and compassion in care relationships and within our cultures.

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