Trauma has no limits and does not discriminate based on one’s gender, ethnicity, social standing, educational background or religious affiliation. Those affected by trauma are not only present in our neighborhoods, homes and congregations, but also in every academic institution. This pervasive issue demands a seamless and intentional multilevel-organizational approach which encompasses the primary, secondary and tertiary levels of academic preparation. Consequently, higher education institutions in providing optimal service to their constituents, should seek to create a campus culture that places high premium on the best-practices of a trauma-informed approach. This paper will discuss the key concepts associated with trauma including the ACE study and provide insight on educational practices that will assist in creating a trauma-informed college campus.
TEACH Journal of Christian Education
Religion and Biblical Languages
Palmer, Rodney A., "Creating a Trauma Informed College Campus" (2020). Faculty Publications. 3297.
Open access article retrieved July 27, 2021 from https://research.avondale.edu.au/teach/vol14/iss2/4/
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