Trauma Informed Care
General Practice Issues

 
 
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This episode is eligible for CEU credits!

This week, Natalie and Jessica interview Kersten Laughlin about trauma-informed care. We discuss signs and symptoms that may suggest a history of trauma, ways that trauma influences occupational performance, and how to interact with patients experiencing trauma.  

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