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Section 1
Guidelines for Working with People Affected by Trauma

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Manitoba Trauma Informed Education & Resource Centre 

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- Manitoba Trauma Informed Education & Resource Centre. (2013). Trauma-informedThe Trauma Toolkit Second Edition, 2013. Manitoba Trauma Informed Education & Resource Centre, 108 -152, 141-148.

Peer-Reviewed Journal Article References:
Berger, R., & Quiros, L. (2016). Best practices for training trauma-informed practitioners: Supervisors’ voice. Traumatology, 22(2), 145–154.

Subica, A. M., & Claypoole, K. H. J. (2014). Supporting trauma-informed recovery care through clinical feedback in community mental health research. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 37(4), 321–323.

Sundborg, S. A. (2019). Knowledge, principal support, self-efficacy, and beliefs predict commitment to trauma-informed care. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy, 11(2), 224–231.

Unick, G. J., Bassuk, E. L., Richard, M. K., & Paquette, K. (2019). Organizational trauma-informed care: Associations with individual and agency factors. Psychological Services, 16(1), 134–142.

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