The Arizona Trauma Institute's decision to post a blog about car accidents and PTSD from an attorney's perspective is a strategic and thoughtful move. Attorneys specialize in the legal aspects of car accidents, including liability and compensation. However, the...
We are thrilled to announce the advent of a new era under the dynamic leadership of our newly appointed Co-CEO, Candice Liozu.
Each one of us is uniquely equipped with an array of strengths, talents, and abilities that can be channeled into overcoming challenges and effecting change.
Effective Trauma-Informed communication, regardless of your role as a therapist or a coach involves more than just speaking or writing well.
This is a call for leadership that is more attuned to restoring and building hope, than applying trite aphorisms.
While the effects of trauma can be devastating, it is important to remember that there are people trained to help those affected by trauma.
In one moment we feel safe and we are engaging with the world, then a trigger occurs…Our present is interrupted by sentiments, scenes, smells, sounds, or sensations of the past.
Gossip feeds into Spirals of Mistrust, creating climates of constraint where subordinates will pull back and brace for impact. Meanwhile, those who are dependent, passive, and conforming are the ones who get promoted.
Gain a new understanding of humanity and learn how to create a more compassionate and supportive world with these strategies.
Unlock the power of pre-creation and discover how regulation is the key to living an intentional life – even in the face of trauma and toxic stress.
Faculty of the Arizona Trauma Institute connect with organizations that serve at-risk populations and present the latest in scientific research relating to trauma-informed care.
They did not run to come in first. They ran that all people, in all places, could run and go the distance.
Neurodiversity is often seen as something that needs to be fixed, but the salutogenic approach helps people feel seen and respected for their differences.
Our mental healthcare system has become a narcissistically-driven machine—all efficiency, statistics, and pathology with little compassion in sight.
Is focusing on youth and children services, rather than family stability, underserving the very children we hope to help and support?