Addressing Trauma Informed Care (TIC) practices in primary care to support providers in screenings, assessment, and holding space for trauma stories. Expanding on utilization of brief screening tools, differential diagnosis, and the importance of the provider-patient relationship following trauma disclosure. The Primary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH) model will be utilized to guide providers regarding utilization of behavioral health providers to assist with the trauma population. Exploring vitality of warm hand-offs, strategies and interventions, and effective medication management. In highlighting priority of provider support, we will also address how providers can cope with vicarious trauma.
- Adequately implement Trauma Informed Care (TIC) during the assessment process
- Identify best practices for utilization of behavioral health services and vitality of warm-handoffs
- Define vicarious trauma and how to effectively cope with symptoms
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