Tuesday, June 12, 2018 from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM EDT
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Chris Greene 

      Measuring Trauma-Informed Care

Using the ARTIC Scale

Webinar Description

In April 2016, the Attitudes Related to Trauma-Informed Care (ARTIC) Scale was released. It remains one of the only psychometrically-valid measures of trauma-informed care (TIC) available. In only two years, the ARTIC has been used by over 150 entities in 10 countries, translated into 4 languages, and administered to over 15,000 professionals. 

In response to rapidly-increasing interest in the ARTIC Scale, this FREE webinar will provide updated information for those considering whether the measure may add value to their efforts to assess, implement, and research TIC in organizations, service systems, and whole communities.
This webinar will:
  • Describe the ARTIC Scale, the versions of the ARTIC, and how it fits within broader efforts toward measurement in the TIC field.
  • Review the 7 ARTIC subscales, what they mean, and how they can drive TIC decision-making within organizations.
  • Provide examples of how organizations are using the ARTIC Scale as they implement and research TIC.
  • Illustrate sample findings by organizations using the ARTIC and explain how they have utilized those findings to drive TIC change.

Register: June 12th FREE Webinar, 3-4 pm,EST

Can't make it to the June Webinar? 

Register: July 19th FREE Webinar, 10-11 am, EST


Steve Brown, Psy.D. is the Director of the Traumatic Stress Institute of Klingberg Family Centers, Coordinator of the Risking Connection Training Program, and co-developer of the ARTIC Scale.  Through TSI's Whole System Change Process to Trauma-Informed Care (TIC), Steve consults and trains organizations internationally to transform their organizational culture to TIC.

Sponsoring Organization

The Traumatic Stress Institute (TSI) of Klingberg Family Centers fosters the transformation of organizations and service systems to trauma-informed care through the delivery of whole system change consultation, professional training, coaching, and research. Through its training and consultation services, TSI has assisted organizations decrease staff turnover, improve job satisfaction, reduce restraints and seclusions, operate more effectively in an increasingly competitive marketplace, and improve outcomes with even the most difficult clients.

Klingberg Family Centers, founded in 1903, is a private, nonprofit whose mission is to extend hope and healing to children and families that have been affected by abuse in its various forms. Its many services help hundreds of people across Connecticut each year. Klingberg has also earned international recognition for training and consultation to organizations on implementing and sustaining trauma-informed care.