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LEAP Resources

Training Materials

California Health Homes Trauma Informed Care Webinar

This webinar on trauma informed care was recently delivered by Dr. Leigh Kimberg, LEAP founder, as part of the California Health Homes training program, organized by Dr. Lauren Elizabeth Goldman at the UCSF Division of General Internal Medicine at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital.

 

HIVE’s "Beyond Compassion" Symposium

LEAP members participated in HIVE’s "Beyond Compassion: Caring for Women with a History of Trauma" symposium, which covered topics including: trauma informed care for women; trauma resources in San Francisco; screening for intimate partner violence; disclosure, criminalization and stigma for women living with HIV; and healing rituals and practices for service providers. Click here for resources and videos from the full day symposium.


Transforming Vicarious Trauma: A Training Curriculum by LEAP


Vicarious trauma is the process of change that care providers undergo as a result of their exposure to patient experiences of violence, abuse, and trauma. This training module can be used to address the adverse effects of this process on care providers and staff. The module includes all the content needed to conduct a 1 to 1.5 hour training on vicarious trauma (Items 2-5). We have included "Facilitating Discussion about Vicarious Trauma" (Item 1) which provides the materials for a full-day curriculum that can be used to "train the trainers" who will go on to facilitate the 1-1.5 hour clinic training sessions:


Listen to our podcast Transforming Vicarious Trauma: A discussion about LEAP’s training curriculum with creator Greg Merrill, LCSW


Screen to End Abuse video

Watch this Telly Award winning video produced by the Family Violence Prevention Fund. This video demonstrates how to address intimate partner violence in the medical setting.

(To enlarge the video to "full screen view" click on the enlarge video icon. Video runs 32:54.)

 


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The Voices of Survivors

Watch this video written and directed by Dr. Christina Nicolaidis. Domestic violence survivors describe their experiences and their suggestions for improving the healthcare response to domestic violence.

(To enlarge the video to "full screen view" click on the enlarge video icon. Video runs 31:05.)

All rights reserved to Christina Nicolaidis, MD, MPH.