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Change Management

Embed Trauma-Informed Frameworks in Your Organization

When an organization commits to trauma-informed implementation, the entire community benefits.

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Internal Teams

  • Improve staff morale and job satisfaction

  • Increase safety for all staff and clients

  • Reduce staff turnover rates, burnout & compassion fatigue

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  • Enhance client trust and engagement

  • Improve client outcomes and satisfaction

  • Increased trauma sensitivity promotes healing and quality of care

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  • Increase organizational resilience and sustainability

  • Improve collaboration and communication among staff

  • Improve compliance with legal and ethical standards

“Educators, parents, and humans from all walks of life will benefit from this immersive experience.”

Stephanie L.,

Lamphere Public Schools

Stages of
Trauma-Informed Implementation

Strategic Roadmap Development

We collaborate with planning teams to co-create a strategic roadmap and timeline to guide implementation efforts.

Train Trainers

Our signature Train the Trainer Program builds capacity and sustainability by creating a diverse Core Team of trauma-informed leaders.

Refreshers & Boosters

Refresher and booster sessions ensure the content, tools, and skills learned during training are utilized to create lasting change.

Assessment & Evaluation

The initial assessment and evaluation period ensures everyone involved possesses a clear vision of organizational needs and goals.

Train Key Staff & Leaders

Leaders are more than just those in management positions. Leaders guide, inspire, motivate, and mobilize others to achieve a shared vision. They exist at every level of your organization.

Train All Staff

Staff at every level of your organization will undergo trauma-informed training, led by internal and external trainers.

Coaching & Consulting

Individual and group coaching occurs at every step of implementation, ensuring leaders receive the support they need to handle reoccurring issues, develop stronger teams, and cope with community crises.

Creating Trauma Informed Systems

The Cycle of Implementation

Implementation is a cycle. While there may be a clear beginning to your efforts, there is no clear end to implementation. A successful trauma-informed system continually engages, embeds, and embodies trauma-informed values and norms while recurrently evaluating and adjusting according to community feedback.


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