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Overview and Purpose:
Alissa Bazinet, PhD, will share her insights and knowledge on trauma-informed care in nursing homes. Along with providing information and resources, she will explain approaches to care for individuals with a history of trauma.
Alissa Bazinet, PhD
Alissa Bazinet is a licensed clinical psychologist . She reviews clinical records for HealthInsight Assure for individuals on the Oregon Health Plan with severe and persistent mental illness to evaluate care coordination following their discharge from an acute psychiatric inpatient facility.
In her private practice, she specializes in psychotherapy for individuals with histories of trauma, including combat veterans and adults who experienced childhood trauma. Prior to opening her practice, she worked in the hospital setting for ten years and has experience providing assessments and treatment planning for older adults with histories of trauma and neurodegenerative disorders (e.g., dementia).
This presentation is directed to the long-term care setting.
As a result of attending, participants will be able to:
- Define trauma-informed care
- List resources for trauma-informed care education for staff
- Explain caregiving approaches that can be used with individuals with a history of trauma
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