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Traumatic experiences can change people’s brain and health development, which in turn increases the risk of developing disease states in later life; it also increases the prevalence of mental illness. Since it affects early development, it also affects how a person learns to build and maintain relationships with other people, including landlords and property managers. Professionals who understand how trauma affects people can communicate more effectively by using trauma-informed approaches.
Introduce the different types of trauma
Analyze the effects of trauma on the developing brain
Describe the research on trauma and its long-term implications
Assess current practices and provide trauma-informed approaches
MN Board of Social Work 2.0 CEUs (CEP-275)