Trauma-informed care has become a major priority in recent efforts to address trauma and stress in the lives of children, adults, and families. Interest in trauma-informed care among Extension professionals has grown over the past several years as Extension partners and other child- and family-serving organizations initiate trauma-informed care programs, trainings, and community-wide initiatives. In this article we present a literature review–based overview of trauma-informed care and examination of trauma-informed care principles and assumptions, and we consider implications for Extension professionals.
Small, S. A., & Huser, M. (2019). An Extension Educator Perspective on Trauma-Informed Care. The Journal of Extension, 57(1), Article 4. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol57/iss1/4