Recognition of the Complexity of People and Issues.
The trauma informed approach understands and works with the complexity of people and trauma. It does not take a simplistic or reductionist view. Individuals are complex systems made up of physical, psychological, social, and spiritual components. Trauma has multidimensional impacts on all of these components and individuals’ internal and external resources and experiences will determine the direction and extent of that impact. Reducing individuals to single issues and compartmentalizing treatments for specific issues leads to incomplete intervention which in turn leads individuals to relapse and re-accessing of services.
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