What is Trauma-Informed DEI Training?
Defined by six key principles, the Trauma-Informed approach (TI) provides a basis for shaping organizational policy, practices, and protocols that empower staff and simultaneously promote psychological health, well-being, and resilience. When applied to the development and implementation of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives, TI amplifies efforts that promote a safe, equitable work environment in which staff with diverse identities feel supported, valued, and able to bring their “whole selves” to work.
With our unique expertise in both DEI and TI, The N’cho Behavioral Group can help your organization identify, explore, and operationalize practical steps for creating healthy, sustainable work environments that keep staff feeling safe, included, and productive. Whether as a thought partner for leadership – guiding and supporting the development of DEI and TI initiatives – or as a workshop facilitator – expanding awareness of key concepts through engaging dialogue – the N’cho Behavioral Group can assist your organization in addressing specific DEI and TI needs and provide greater support for your workforce.