Trauma-Informed Practice with Cross-Over Youth1 year ago 1 year ago
This video was developed by the Cross-Over Youth Project.
HERE’S HOW THE CREATORS DESCRIBE THIS VIDEO:
Cross-over youth are young people with significant trauma histories. Trauma-informed care recognizes that young people involved in child welfare by definition have histories of trauma and neglect. Trauma-informed practice rejects a behavioural approach to intervention and acknowledges the consequences of those approaches with youth dually involved in the child welfare and youth justice systems. A trauma-informed lens encompasses: (1) an understanding of trauma on the development of children and youth; (2) the need for youth to feel safe in order for trauma healing to begin; (3) the role of relationships, which are imperative to establishing safety, and; (4) the responsibility of stakeholders to engage in processes of co-regulation when responding to the needs of cross-over youth.
Cross-Over Youth Project. (2019, August 25). Trauma-Informed Practice with Cross-Over Youth. [Video file]. Toronto, ON: Author. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/_CBhfhgHBLY
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