Summary: Inspirations Teen Rehab

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Program Evaluation of Clinical Practice
Program Description
Inspirations for Youth and Families, Inspirations for short, is a licensed residential treatment facility. Inspirations is nationally recognized and serves as a licensed residential treatment center for adolescents between the ages of 13 and 17 yeas of age. The treatment center provides gender specific substance abuse treatment and behavior therapy, in a nurturing and therapeutic environment. The residential facility provides the teens with opportunities to share their experiences in gender specific groups. According to their website (Inspirations for youth and families, 2015), “Inspirations Teen Rehab is a quality treatment program for teen post-traumatic stress disorders, which may
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“The term “Peers” refers to individuals with lived experiences of trauma, or in the case of children this may be family members of children who have experienced traumatic events and are key care givers in their recovery” (SAMHSA, 2014). The author believes it is important to have someone to relate to because their experience serves as an aid in healing and recovery. The author suggests to conduct a one group posttest design. The author recommends to do a phone follow up survey thirty days’ post treatment. During the last week of treatment, the therapist will talk to the client about and go into details about peer support. The therapist will help the client create a list of people from their family or friends. The therapist will then inform the client that there will be a follow up call thirty days after successful termination of treatment. The quality of having a similar problem, situations, or emotions influences the chance that two people will share an empathetic understanding and feel accepted and comfortable in a…show more content…
How does the agency support training and workforce development for staff to understand and increase their trauma knowledge and interventions?
3. How does the organization ensure that all staff (direct care, supervisors, front desk and reception, support staff, housekeeping and maintenance) receive basic training on trauma, its impact, and strategies for trauma-informed approaches across the agency and across personnel functions?
4. How does workforce development/staff training address the ways identity, culture, community, and oppression can affect a person’s experience of trauma, access to supports and resources, and opportunities for safety?
5. How does on-going workforce development/staff training provide staff supports in developing the knowledge and skills to work sensitively and effectively with trauma survivors.
6. What types of training and resources are provided to staff and supervisors on incorporating trauma-informed practice and supervision in their work?
7. What workforce development strategies are in place to assist staff in working with peer supports and recognizing the value of peer support as integral to the organization’s workforce?
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