Children & Families in Life After Trauma

Trauma education for Families, Communities, & Businesses

About our Services

We serve as a resource to organizations and systems to restore a sense of safety, power, and self-worth to individuals, families, and communities in the following ways:

Learning Resources 

This website serves a large platform of resources and services to help communities and businesses learn why its important to embrace a trauma-informed approach within every aspect they serve people and how to implement this new strength-builder.

In addition, we have built an ever-growing blog archive of 1200+ articles and research covering trauma & mental health in various topics.

Personalized Trainings

CFLAT’s team offers guidance on trauma-informed training, 1:1 leadership coaching, website development, marketing tools, and business strategic planning to both nonprofit and for-profit business organizations.

Our goal is to help clients build self supporting internal and external resources to achieve results. Relationship building is at the center of our leadership style and sales approach on the ground.

Community Building

At the center of our leadership style is in community building. We look at the broader needs of both the community and organizational mission and goals, challenges and specific actions for measurable transformational change.

We are in the process of creating informational resources and materials for communities to host events on educating about trauma-informed practices. 

What is Trauma-Informed Care?

Trauma-informed is defined as implementing practices that promote a culture of safety, empowerment, and healing.

This approach understands and considers the pervasive nature of trauma and promotes environments of healing and recovery rather than practices and services that may inadvertently re-traumatize.

The intention of being Trauma-Informed is not to treat symptoms or issues related to sexual, physical or emotional abuse or any other form of trauma but rather to provide support services in a way that is accessible and appropriate to those who may have experienced trauma.

Our Mission

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Our Vision

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Training and Courses

Instructor-Led: Essentials for Trauma-Informed Care

$150 | 6 week class

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Instructor-Led: Advance Exploration into Trauma-Informed Care

$250 | 12 week class

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Self-Paced: Essentials for Trauma-Informed Care

$100 | Online Self Paced

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Reconciliation: A Son’s Story

★★★★★ – 17 reviews on Amazon

In a new ground breaking memoir, “Reconciliation: A Son’s Story“, the author reflects back on his father’s war time experiences as the context underlying his own family dynamics and abuse. Through the author’s research and study of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), he comes to understand his father’s behavior and how this deeply impacted the family which eventually leads to healing.

This is a true American story about father who went to war and came back changed by what he saw and by what he experienced. How this impacted his family was profound, yet unrecognized for what it was back then. Today we know much more about the effects of PTSD on the individual, but what about the family members closest to that person? This story of living through a toxic environment yet ultimately coming to an understanding leads to the long sought reconciliation of a son with his father.

A very timely book, this may help the thousands of families of veterans of our own current generation returning from their war experiences to better understand the effects of PTSD on the family.

 

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