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When a person is overwhelmed by events or situations, they experience trauma and react with extreme fear, terror, and helplessness. Severe stress depletes a person's ability to cope as a result.
70% of adults or at least 223 million people in the United States have been through a traumatic incident at least once in their lives. Trauma has been linked to chronic health problems such as diabetes, COPD, heart disease, cancer, and high blood pressure. Trauma-informed practices found in mental recovery service providers, such as Transcend Recovery Community, find ways in dealing with trauma-sensitive patients and assist them in their recovery as they transition to a life of normalcy.
Trauma-Informed care (TIC), as defined by mental health services administration, refers to a human services approach toward a person with a history of trauma. The national center for mental health advocates for TIC in a broader scope, mainly in organizations, integrating a culture of respect & understanding for people who have undergone adverse childhood experiences, traumatic experiences, traumatic stress, emotional abuse, and substance abuse.
It takes into consideration an individual's physical and emotional safety as part of injury prevention and mental well-being, as endorsed by health care organizations. TIC cultivates awareness and sensitivity in people in considering one's background which may include substance abuse and mental health problems from the impact of trauma.
A trauma-informed approach provides a safe space and strong support to many patients who experienced trauma, assuring them that they are not less or marginalized due to their trauma symptoms and past.
Transcend Community Recovery works exclusively with its partner institution, The Heights Treatment, in implementing a trauma-informed approach when providing trauma-informed care and support to patients. It has a wide array of behavioral therapies as part of its service systems and trauma support programs.
Transcend aims to educate not only its patients but everyone by integrating knowledge while informing others of the widespread impact of trauma on families or loved ones. It can also be used as a medium to promote healing, violence prevention, and disease control, especially for those who acquired secondary traumatic stress due to their recurring trauma.
It revolves around these six guiding principles in putting systems addressing patient care and fine-tuning an organization's approach to trauma.
Patients must feel at all times secure when in the care of physicians and other healthcare personnel.
Establishing honesty and trust is important for trauma-informed care specialists and patients so that they can feel safe, valued, and respected.
Health providers must recognize and consider various traumatic situations and how these impact patients. Medical professionals must also have access to therapy and paid time off to avoid workplace stress to avoid triggering trauma to patients due to potential stress-induced outbursts.
Patient and their health provider should team up in improving trauma-informed care, by identifying medical practices that would help the department in creating an effective trauma-informed approach.
The voices of patients are essential to present an effective trauma-informed approach in their treatment. Nurses must empower and encourage patients to regain control of their health to avoid re-traumatization.
It is necessary to remove discrimination toward an individual's background for a successful trauma-informed care program. Cultural variations in patients must be considered and must be one of the guiding principles when providing for their needs.
TIC allows helps patients create a trusting relationship with their health provider, as well as reduce emotional exhaustion among healthcare professionals, minimize traumatic events, alleviate symptoms, and improve practices within the institution.
Healthcare providers who are forcing people to recount their trauma may induce symptoms and therefore worsen their situation. That's why TIC should always be considered all the time.
Building a haven for patients raises their chances of taking part in their therapy and enhances honesty with their healthcare providers, especially in speaking their minds.
It is important to recognize that TIC is not only beneficial for an individual and their family who need their trauma disorders addressed and treated, but it is also for people who have experienced a great deal of burden due to discrimination, either from their race, sexual orientation, or background.
Fine-tuning the procedures or approach for each unique case would help an individual recover properly from their current trauma-induced situation. This avoids their psychological health degradation, leading to long-term dual diagnosis therapy or anxiety disorder treatment.
A mental health services administration's assessment of an individual's trauma is crucial to find the appropriate course of treatment, whether it may involve addiction recovery or specific behavior therapies that would impact their overall recovery.
Apart from offering sober living residences and substance abuse and mental health support, Transcend Recovery Community practices trauma-informed care for all of its clients, making sure that all programs are designed for the overall physical health and well-being. These procedures may involve teaching coping skills, and incorporating physical activities and spiritual services that strengthen and enrich their lives once they finish their trauma-informed care and treatment.
Transcend and its affiliate providers recognize the importance of imparting knowledge and principles of trauma-informed care in promoting the emotional safety of each individual.
Transcend provides supplemental recovery services for patients in Houston, New York, and LA. These facilities are well-equipped in providing support and care for trauma victims and their families.
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