This MOOC focuses on the psychological, juridical/legal and scientific research dimensions of Trauma-Informed Care (TIC). The modules are dedicated to an in-depth analysis of TIC; they are divided into sections organized in line with a multi-dimensional perspective with a focus on the political and organizational components involved in the TIC model. It is free to all participants around the world.
What you will learn
The MOOC offers participants support, knowledge and access to scientifically-based information, theoretical and application materials, case studies, research, examples of trauma-informed practices and networking opportunities. The primary objective is to give access to knowledge on good trauma-informed practices, on how to prevent retraumatization and offer effective service to traumatized children and how to prevent burn-out and vicarious trauma of staff.
- Module 1 – Trauma Care: to know, to do, to be in order to protect and promote children and operators rights, wellbeing and resilience
- Module 2 – Trauma-Informed Care (TIC) in Research
- Module 3 – Legal framework and fundamental legal principles within which the Trauma Informed Care (TIC) approach can be applied
- Module 4 – Final Assignment