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pdf Multi-system Education for Better Outcomes: NCWWI 1-page Summary Popular

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This document summarizes an evaluation of a graduate program for child welfare, mental health, and education professionals that used a trauma-informed, resiliency-based curriculum. The program intended to deepen students’ understanding of their systems and to encourage more effective interaction and advocacy across the professions. The “glue” was the theoretical knowledge related to the key concepts while the “glitter” was a toolkit of concrete, applied, and collaborative skills.