Trauma Informed Care and Psychologically Informed Environments

Practical, accessible guidance for frontline teams to use trauma and psychologically informed approaches and improve services for vulnerable people

Trauma Informed Care (TIC) and Psychologically Informed Environments (PIE) are related and complementary approaches to service delivery for people with complex needs. Both aim to improve the psychological and emotional well-being of people accessing, or working in, their services.

Use these resources as a starting point to understand why, and plan how, to adopt TIC and PIE in your organisation.

Introduction to Psychologically Informed Environments and Trauma Informed Care

What are Psychologically Informed Environments and Trauma Informed Care, and how can we use them to improve homelessness services?

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Reflective Practice in homelessness services

An introduction to using reflective practice in organisations of any size. This guidance includes practical case studies, as well as expert insight from Psychotherapy for Healthcare.

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Creating a Psychologically Informed Environment

A toolkit to support organisations adopt the PIE framework, developed by Claire Ritchie of No One Left Out: Solutions Ltd for Westminster City Council.

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Jo Prestidge

Innovation and good practice project manager

Jo is an innovation and good practice project manager, leading a range of projects and training including Housing First England and Trauma Informed Care.

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