Research evidence: Trauma-informed approaches within children’s social care

Dr Kirsten Asmussen, Thomas Masterman, Tom McBride, Donna Molloy, Early Intervention Foundation
Tuesday, July 26, 2022

The study aimed to consider how trauma-informed care (TIC) is used by English children’s social care teams so that its key components and intended benefits can be better understood, with the aim of informing future evaluations. It set out to answer four specific questions:

The study looked at how trauma-informed care is used in English social care teams. Picture: Adobe Stock
The study looked at how trauma-informed care is used in English social care teams. Picture: Adobe Stock

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