Journal of Adolescent and Family Health
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Place of Publication
This manuscript reports on a study to determine the efficacy of a one-day training for school-based case managers on the impact of trauma on students, utilizing a trauma sensitive lens in schools, and using various trauma assessments and screens. The one-day training was presented to 25 case managers providing direct social services in schools. We gathered data at three points in time (pretest, post-test, and post-test one month after training) and found statistically different scores at each point in time. We discuss the implications for training school based professionals.
Adolescent health services; Families -- Health and hygiene
Thomas, Breanne; Scott, Becky; and Pooler, David K.
"Increasing the use of trauma-sensitive lens for school case managers: a training assessment,"
Journal of Adolescent and Family Health: Vol. 7:
1, Article 4.
Available at: https://scholar.utc.edu/jafh/vol7/iss1/4