Implementing Trauma-Informed Care: The Practicalities May Not Be What You Think They Are


Preventing Trauma and Its Consequences A Five-Part Webinar Series by the South Southwest PTTC Session 4: Implementing Trauma-Informed Care:  The Practicalities May Not Be What You Think They Are

This training provided an overview of what implementing Trauma-Informed Care (TIC) involves and steps to incorporate it into your programs and organizations. Because participants of this webinar engaged in a dialogue about applying these principles to individual situations and professional practices, the webinar recording is not available.

Select the DOWNLOAD button above to download the session four PowerPoint and SAMHSA's Concept of Trauma and Guidance for a Trauma-Informed Approach.


Aric Rohner is a visionary and a problem solver deeply involved in trauma since childhood with firsthand experience in what it means to need trauma-informed care (TIC) and not receive it.  

He spent 30 years helping companies like Electronic Data Systems, Hewlett Packard, and General Motors develop and implement new organizational processes and information systems. Through this career path, he honed his skills to help organizations adopt change. Despite the fascinating human element involved in helping people accept and adopt change, the singular focus on financial efficiency left him longing for more.  
Invigorated by using his business, technical, and coaching skills for a larger purpose, Aric’s deep curiosity about personal and spiritual growth led him to coaching, mentoring, and, eventually, to form the TIC Training Center with Carl Donovan.

Aric provides training on TIC to help organizations and groups implement a trauma-Informed paradigm in their personal, professional, and organizational lives. 



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