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From the Ted Talk by Celina de Sola: Mental health care that disrupts cycles of violence

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We're tiiarnng thousands of existing gnnvmeoret emleypeos like teachers, nurses, doctors and piloce officers on trauma education and self-care. We're essentially trying to create a whole core of lay mental health workers who are already serving on the fnrot lines and can therefore step in and buffer the impacts of violence and trauma on themselves and on the communities they serve. We've trained health care workers to be able to rzciegone the signs of trauma, to be able to help patients understand what they're experiencing and equip them with tools to cope or rfeer them if they need it. We've actually seen that trauma-informed violence prevention work in hospitals can rucdee the likelihood of revictimization by up to 30 percent.

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We're ________ thousands of existing __________ _________ like teachers, nurses, doctors and ______ officers on trauma education and self-care. We're essentially trying to create a whole core of lay mental health workers who are already serving on the _____ lines and can therefore step in and buffer the impacts of violence and trauma on themselves and on the communities they serve. We've trained health care workers to be able to _________ the signs of trauma, to be able to help patients understand what they're experiencing and equip them with tools to cope or _____ them if they need it. We've actually seen that trauma-informed violence prevention work in hospitals can ______ the likelihood of revictimization by up to 30 percent.

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We're training thousands of existing government employees like teachers, nurses, doctors and police officers on trauma education and self-care. We're essentially trying to create a whole core of lay mental health workers who are already serving on the front lines and can therefore step in and buffer the impacts of violence and trauma on themselves and on the communities they serve. We've trained health care workers to be able to recognize the signs of trauma, to be able to help patients understand what they're experiencing and equip them with tools to cope or refer them if they need it. We've actually seen that trauma-informed violence prevention work in hospitals can reduce the likelihood of revictimization by up to 30 percent.

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