Welcome to the International Trauma Center 2020
The Heart of Trauma Informed Care®
This year marks our 25th Anniversary. The International Trauma Center is devoted to supporting initiatives of nonviolence, social justice and trauma recovery. We do this by building the heart of trauma informed care into social networks most impacted by trauma and exposure to violence. We are dedicated to excellence in the design and development and implementation of psychosocial and trauma responsive and resiliency focused interventions. We are dedicated to sustaining community members in discovering and engaging in their own healing methods.
In honor of all those who have given us the privilege of working with them and in celebration of the courage shown through trauma recovery, we enter our 25thyear welcoming visitors, partners and clients to continue a journey with us into the newest and deepest levels of the heart of trauma informed care innovations.
ITC CONTINUES TO WORK WITH NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL INITIATIVES TO REDUCE EXPOSURE TO VIOLENCE AND TRAUMA FOR CHILDREN YOUTH AND FAMILIES ACROSS THE U.S.
ITC was invited to share knowledge and vision on how to reduce trauma and violence in family and community as part of President Obama’s Defending Childhood Initiative.
Boston Children’s Foundation
Boston Children’s Foundation is the ITC strategic partner working to reduce the impact of violence on young children. Through the language of the body, children learn to discriminate safe and positive facial cues and physical territory while exploring music, soft props and story. BCF offers two-day trainings for child care professionals, conducted by founder, Dicki Johnson Macy, M.Ed., BC-DMT, LMHC, IDMA, which credentials participants (dancers, teachers, parents, clinicians) in the Rainbowdance protocol that is accessible to all children regardless of physical or emotional affliction, cultural background, traumatic exposure, or other disability that might otherwise exclude him from group participation.
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