Ranch Ehrlo clinical team members are providing their expertise to an international effort to create effective standardized trauma-informed care for children and youth.
The Canadian Consortium on Child and Youth Trauma has members from across Canada, the United States, and the United Kingdom. The consortium’s mission is to create a standardized approach to child and youth trauma care “through advancements in research, practice, policy, and law.”
Clinical team members at the Ranch hope to contribute to the consortium through participation in various key projects. These may include assisting in the creation of an online portal resource that will provide consistent information to caregivers and organizations on how to provide effective trauma-informed care for children and youth and evaluating innovative new practices and policies created by other consortium members.
Over 40 Ranch Ehrlo clinical team members participate in the annual symposium.
David Rivers, vice president of clinical services at the Ranch described, “The consortium aims to improve the quality of life for trauma-impacted children and youth while facilitating research and collaboration for student and professional training.”
For more information visit the Canadian Consortium on Child and Youth Trauma.