What is trauma-informed care?

A way of interacting with people that builds a sense of safety and helps people heal.

Trauma-informed care is a way of helping people move beyond past trauma.

Over 50% of kids and nearly 70% of adults have experienced trauma.  That’s WAY too many people who have been hurt by physical or emotional abuse, abandonment,  a significant tragic event or systemic violence and racism.

 But there is hope. 

Trauma-informed care is the practice of specific interventions that help build a sense of “felt safety”. When people feel safe they have a better chance of moving beyond their past trauma and living up to their full potential. Learn more by taking one of our classes today.

Get started today.

We offer a wide range of courses from 30 minutes to a 6-week deep dive. Below are some of the best ways to get started. Please email hello@traumafreeworld.org if you have any questions or need help deciding on a course. 


Trauma-Informed Care Overview

TFW Overview

Figuring out how to help kids from tough places can be challenging. This short course gives an overview of the essential skills that help you build the practice of trauma-informed care.


Self Care Foundations

It’s often difficult for parents, caregivers and professionals to find time to care for themselves. Learning how to do so can help you live fully, even during difficult chapters.


Intro to Trauma-Informed Care

Learn to manage overwhelming behaviors and emotions in this three-hour, on-demand class that shares several key principles of trauma-informed care.

– Certificate of completion available
– 3 CEUs approved by NASW


Advanced Trauma Competent Care

In this live-stream class which begins on October 6th, you’ll learn valuable practices that help you build stronger connections with the people you serve. Group discussion and case studies included.

– Certificate of completion available
– 16.5 CEUs approved by NASW. 

About Trauma Free World

Our mission is to make world-class trauma-informed care training accessible to adults everywhere, because when adults provide trauma-informed care, people heal. And we all want to see healing and break the cycle of childhood trauma. Learn more by following us on our social channels or visiting our website.


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