Organizational change depends on collective commitment to practices that center health equity and on leadership’s active participation in the implementation of these practices. Here you will find resources, tools, and sample presentations to help advocate for the alignment of ACE screening and response with broad organizational strategies that implement and sustain trauma-informed care and health equity.
In this eight-minute video, Ken Epstein, PhD LCSW, a clinical professor in the department of psychology and behavioral sciences, provides a sample presentation, including specific examples, to accompany the slides above.
Slides & Presenter Notes
This presentation, which you can give to your own clinical leadership, includes suggested text in the presenter notes.
Resources from ACEs Aware & Trauma Transformed
For more guidance on how to engage with clinical leadership and peers, see this PDF provided by ACEs Aware, “Making the Case to Clinical Leadership.”