Mental Health Awareness with Sara Troy and her guest Elizabeth Powers, on air from
“All I do is help people with change, resilience and self-care, and alignment. And everything is done from the trauma-informed perspective,” she says. “Even courses directly about working with trauma are about change.”
Power develops cross-cultural adaptations of models of care for the mental health community as well as helping other countries like Japan develop their own models. The Trauma-Informed Academy recently released her new model, The Trauma Responsive System which focuses on mastering 9 elements akin to applied emotional intelligence.
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Elizabeth Power, M.Ed., is an international authority on trauma-informed care, change, and resilience. She’s also an Adjunct Instructor in Psychiatry at Georgetown University Medical Center and a veteran adult educator. Her new book, Healer: Reducing Crises is the first in a five-book series that reduces the time, trauma, and costs of healing from overwhelming events. Her clients include the National Center for PTSD, National Child Traumatic Stress Network, and many more. A frequent conference speaker and trainer, Elizabeth’s target is to teach ways to refocus on skills over sickness.