Guidelines for Applying a Trauma Lens to a Child Welfare ...

Guidelines for Applying a Trauma Lens to a Child Welfare ...

Guidelines for Applying a Trauma Lens to a Child Welfare Practice Model Lisa Conradi, Psy.D. Project Co-Director ACYF and SAMHSA Grants Chadwick Center for Children and Families & Annette Burleigh, ACSW, LCSW Programs Manager, Trauma-Informed Care Child Welfare Services Department of Human Services--State of Oklahoma Essential Elements of a Trauma-Informed Child Welfare System

2 Essential Elements of a Trauma-Informed Child Welfare System 1. Maximize physical and psychological safety for children and families. 2. Identify trauma-related needs of children and families. 3. Enhance child well-being and resilience. 4. Enhance family well-being and resilience. 5. Enhance the well-being and resilience of those working in the system. 6. Partner with youth and families. 7. Partner with agencies and systems that interact with children and families. 3

Purpose of the Guide This guide is a tool intended to help states and other jurisdictions incorporate the best science and knowledge about child and family trauma into their casework practice models, as well as helping child welfare administrators, supervisors, and workers implement trauma-informed strategies in their daily work. 4 Structure of the Guide Overview. Provides an overview of the particular stage in casework practice.

Importance of Addressing Trauma. Highlights the importance of having a trauma-informed lens during this particular stage in casework practice. Trauma-Informed Policies and Administrative Strategies. Provides concrete policies that can be implemented by child welfare administrators. Trauma-Informed Supervisory Strategies. Provides concrete suggestions on strategies that child welfare supervisors can use to make their practice more trauma-informed.

Trauma-Informed Practices. Provides concrete suggestions on strategies that caseworkers can use to make their practice more trauma-informed. Community Examples. Some sections highlight specific community examples of programs that have integrated policies and/or practices within this particular stage of their casework practice. 5 6 Cross-Cutting Issues

Child Safety Family Engagement, Partnership, and Shared Decision-Making Strength-Focused Practice Ongoing Assessment and Planning Staff Well-Being and Support Community Partnership 7 Chronology of Child Welfare Work

8 Reporting Suspected Child Abuse or Neglect Investigation/Fact Finding Safety Planning Assessment of Family Functioning In-Home Family Support Services Removal and Initial Placement

Out-of-Home Placement Visitation/Parenting Time Participatory Case Planning Case Management Permanency Planning Reunification Adoption and Guardianship

Post-Permanency Supports Transitioning into Adulthood EXAMPLE REPORTING CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT 9 Trauma-Informed Policies and Administrative Strategies - Oklahoma State plan-that has a Trauma-Informed Care Focus Mission, vision, and Goals for Trauma-Informed Care system change

Collaboration with other state agencies particularly the State Mental Health agency which also is focusing on trauma informed services, Initiating the process of reviewing policies and practices to be trauma informed-5 year implementation plan, 10 Trauma-Informed Supervisory Strategies Oklahoma Implementation of the Child Welfare Toolkit training for all Child Welfare Staff. Beginning discussions on Worker Resiliency and Optimism Plans for Supervisory Unit based instruction and support for workers.

11 Trauma-Informed Practices Ask about any prior history of trauma when taking reports Be alert for signs of traumatic stress in children when taking reports (e.g., nightmares, flashbacks, intrusive thoughts, repetitive traumatic play, heightened arousal, being on edge, avoidance of trauma reminders, emotional numbing) 12 CTISP Products Trauma-Informed Child Welfare Practice Toolkit

Trauma System Readiness Tool and focus group questions Creating Trauma-Informed Child Welfare Systems: A Guide for Administrators Guidelines for Applying a Trauma Lens to a Child Welfare Practice Model Desk Guide on Trauma-Informed Mental Health for Child Welfare Desk Guide on Trauma-Informed Child Welfare for Mental Health Available online at www.ctisp.org by March 31, 2013 13 Contact Information Lisa Conradi, Psy.D.

Clinical Psychologist CTISP-DI Project Co-Director Chadwick Center for Children and Families Rady Childrens Hospital San Diego Ph: (858)576-1700 x 6008 E-mail: [email protected] 14 Annette Burleigh, ACSW, LCSW Programs Manager Trauma-Informed Care Child Welfare Services Department of Human Services

State of Oklahoma Ph: (405) 521-3778 E-mail: [email protected]

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