Trauma-sensitive school project 2 | Psychology homework help

 demonstrate knowledge regarding trauma and the trauma-informed care model and gather and disseminate community resources for working with trauma across disciplines.

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Part 2: Based on the Seven Domains of Trauma Sensitive Schools reading, students will speak with/make one up a school counselor, teacher, or principal regarding the Seven Domains of Trauma Sensitive Schools

  1. Discuss the seven domains of trauma-sensitive schools. Ask and list which two or three domains their school demonstrates, with one example for each mentioned. They need to explicitly state how the example is a demonstration of the principle identified.
  2. What types of traumatic events have the school experience? Ask how does the school specifically respond to students who present with trauma? Is there a set step-by-step method of interaction?  Is there a particular person who is trauma-trained that works with these students? Are there set places for them to meet that are trauma-friendly? develop a minimum of two additional trauma-related questions. 
  3. Ask if there is a list of the services their school offers to students with trauma. In addition to the services provided, ask if there is a list of additional agencies or service providers that they collaborate with when working with trauma-involved students. You will record the names of the agencies and research the agency’s contact information (phone numbers, locations, services hours, services provided, etc…) Then, add at least three additional agencies to the list based on their response to “B.”  This section will add to your overall clinical toolbox.
  4. Submit a summary of the interview including the list of trauma questions asked and their responses for bullet “B.”