Today’s SAE CAREs (Clinical And Research Experts) Podcast is “SAE COVID-19 Series: Trauma-Informed Care”. It is the fifth podcast of our new podcast series, Going from Reactive to Proactive in Response to the Coronavirus Pandemic. During this podcast, we speak with Lymaris Albors, the COO of Acacia Network, to discuss trauma-informed care in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic with a special focus on immigrant communities.
Listen to the fifth podcast of SAE’s COVID-19 Series here!
- SAMHSA’s Concept of Trauma and Guidance for a Trauma-Informed Approach
- The Trauma and Addiction Link: How Ignoring This Hurts Your Recovery
- WNY Behavior Toolbox: Trauma-Informed Care
- CHCS: 10 Key Ingredients for Trauma-Informed Care
- Echo: Physical Impact of Trauma
SAE’s COVID-19 series of podcasts aims to pose thoughtful questions your practices should be thinking through, and provide short-term solutions and tools to help you accomplish your goals. Each podcast will include summaries of regulatory changes and links on SAE’s website to full text information and primary sources. They will also address self-care practices and topic-specific content.
Our goal in this series of podcasts is two-fold. First, we want to give you the tools and resources that will enable you to contain and gain operational control during this national crisis and its impact that this pandemic has caused on your service delivery system. Second, we want to offer specific stabilization strategies that you can deploy not only to gain control during the crisis but also to protect, implement and sustain course corrective adaptive interventions that meet the needs of the consumers you serve and the clinical, supervisory and safety needs of your staff.
If you have any questions regarding today’s podcast, please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 212.684.4480, and we will attempt to answer them as soon as possible. We also encourage you to offer suggestions for future podcasts.