TRAUMA-INFORMED INITIATIVES

ISP International's fluency with trauma psychology and human rights frameworks enables our team to create safe spaces for authentic healing to occur.  Our consultants are skilled at identifying ways trauma is upheld systemically and experienced collectively within specific environmental or institutional contexts. Well-versed in resilience theory, we ground our approach in honoring culturally and environmentally learned ways to survive, recover, and thrive in the wake of trauma. We utilize specialized tools to offer incisive feedback on cumulative impacts of systemic oppression. The team at ISP International partners with domestic and international organizations and agencies to assist in dismantling structurally embedded dynamics that perpetuate traumatic experience while also honoring resilience; this in turn eradicates oppressive and discriminatory policies and practices, and reduces likelihood of future adverse events.

 

To improve trauma recovery and resilience outcomes at macrosystemic levels, ISP International offers:

  • Racial Trauma Organizational Policy Development from an intersectional justice model

  • Program Development for the treatment of trauma in programs serving refugees, internally-displaced persons, victims of human trafficking, and asylum seekers

  • Policy Review for the promotion of health and wellness for organizations working with refugees, internally-displaced persons, victims of human trafficking, and asylum seekers

  • Policy Review targeting eradication of white supremacy embedded in policy violence

  • Trauma-Focused Consultation with Justice System Branches targeting skillful capacity-building and systemic accountability 

  • Prevention and Response Initiatives for Collective Trauma and Vicarious Trauma Experience

  • Organizational Crisis Response after Mass Shootings 

  • Meeting and Maintaining Best Practices, a Trauma-informed curriculum tailored to industry (social service organizations, law enforcement, legal institutions, etc.)

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