Strengthening the Implementation of Trauma Science

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Intentional Practice as a Method to Reduce the Implementation Gap Between Science and Practice in the Delivery of Trauma-Informed Residential Care

Dr Ivan Raymond, LBI Foundation

This 2020 article describes in detail how intentional practice can be applied to strengthen the implementation of trauma-informed practice across therapeutic residential care settings. It offers practical insights for implementing trauma-informed science across educational, foster care, community service and broader therapeutic program settings.  

 

Reference:

Raymond, I. (2020). Intentional Practice as a Method to Reduce the Implementation Gap Between Science and Practice in the Delivery of Trauma-Informed Residential Care. Residential Treatment for Children & Youth, 37(1), 20-45. doi: 10.1080/0886571X.2019.1633985

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    For further information on this paper, please contact Dr Ivan Raymond on ivan.raymond@lbi.org.au