Trauma Care Providers

Many regard survivors of trauma as lost causes. We say emphatically, not so! Tonier Cain International is dedicated to help those in need.

Services We Provide

We provide a variety of immersive experiences for primary care providers, corporate clients, educators, law enforcement agencies, health services and others. Please contact us for more information about our services and offerings.

Our corollary goal is to assist communities, non-profits, businesses, and government agencies to transform their cultures and practices, increase productivity, reduce conflict and turnover, improve customer service and interpersonal relationships.

The Healing Neen Presentation

Tonier Cain shares her life story, depicting an unbelievable personal journey through trauma and healing. The goal is to increase understanding about the importance of designing individualized treatment plans for consumers. During the presentation, the components of a trauma informed care program are shared.  It explains how the components can be used to understand the impact of trauma on individuals. This understanding is needed to prevent doing more harm.

Intervention Services

The Importance of TCI Intervention Services

Creating a culture of trauma informed care in your existing environment is a process. Our trainings and support services are designed to guide you through the transition. We can help you redesign the look of your facility to become trauma informed. Our goal is for trauma informed practices to become a part of your operational normalcy. We collaborate with you to:

  • Evaluate current practices
  • Identify which trauma informed practices to incorporate
  • Develop trauma informed operating protocols
  • Support the implementation process
  • Create a trauma informed environment
  • Provide follow up support
Establishing a TCI Housing Resource Center

In response to the needs of the residents of your community to move forward to live healthier, successful lives, we will train all staff and community partners on the RICH approach. Once participants are TCI certified we work with them to assist in the following areas:

  • Aiding residents in dealing with community violence, drug addiction, domestic violence, human trafficking and mental illness
  • Re-entry into the community from incarceration or residential programs
  • Providing comprehensive care management and advocacy including but not limited to: assessment to determine service needs, development of an individualized integrated care plan, referral and related activities to help the residents obtain needed services, monitoring, follow-up and evaluation
  • Providing trauma informed peer support services for day to day life
Tools for Health Living

Most people stick with what’s familiar because we’re conditioned by our environments. Many trauma survivors live in survival mode. They revert to old ways or bad habits to get by. Our life coaching can help them develop tools to make healthier decisions. We use Tonier’s “Relationship after Trauma” book as a guide, when working with families and community members.

Secure Attachment Parenting

Traditional parenting classes don’t teach people how to develop a secure attachment between parent and child. Many of the parents on our caseloads, and in our programs, have only been taught how to hold their baby’s head and change a diaper. Parents that have been traumatized can be helped by our secure attachment group. We work with them to see how their personal trauma influences how they make decision for their children. Understanding their need to follow their child’s lead, and mask their emotions, is addressed in this training. The sessions progress to create a safe environment for the child(ren) to keep them feeling supported and cared for, while making sure they have a secure attachment. We accomplish this through group settings, videos and pictures of different phases.

We Can Achieve for Underserved Youth

This community based program is geared to stand in the gap for at risk youth. We work with youth both in and out of school. Our core components are:

  • Life Skills
  • Conflict mitigation
  • Conflict resolution
  • Social skills
  • Career development
  • Coaching
  • Workforce development

TCI Certified Training

Upon completion of training, participants will become TCI certified. In addition to our training classes listed below, we offer TCI certified individuals the opportunity to become trained facilitators.

The R.I.C.H. Approach Training

A training that defines trauma and trauma-informed services and its practices. It shares the key principles, core assumptions and core elements of trauma-informed organizations and service providers to strengthen relationships. This training explains the six primary components of trauma informed practices. By the end of this training participants will be better equipped to help guide people towards healing and a healthy lifestyle. R.I.C.H. stands for:

  • Respect – learning the tone, body language and the responsibilities of respecting people.
  • Information/Individuality – develop a trauma informed practice to serve clients as individuals understanding the need to gather accurate information from them.
  • Connection – practice effective ways to connect with people.
  • Hope – develop effective ways to continue believing there’s hope, no matter what it looks like.
Faith-Based R.I.C.H Approach Training

This training uses biblical principles to explain the six primary components of trauma informed practices. It’s a training that defines trauma and trauma-informed services and its practices. It shares the key principles, core assumptions and core elements of trauma-informed organizations and service providers. By the end of this training participants will be better equipped to help guide people towards healing and a healthy lifestyle. R.I.C.H. stands for:

  • Respect – learning the tone, body language and the responsibilities of respecting people.
  • Information/Individuality – develop a trauma informed practice to serve clients as individuals understanding the need to gather accurate information from them.
  • Connection – practice effective ways to connect with people.
  • Hope – develop effective ways to continue believing there’s hope, no matter what it looks like.
Trauma Informed Peer Leadership Training

A training designed to equip individuals in leadership positions with tools to educate their peers on how to provide trauma informed services. This training compares traditional human service settings and practices with those that are trauma-informed. It looks at the prevalent rate of trauma histories among persons served in different mental health and human service setting.  This training is to help leaders develop safety plans that look at triggers, warning signs and coping strategies, as a means of preventing situations that can lead to the use of re-traumatizing tactics.

The goal of this training is to equip peers with tools to help them lead other survivors, consumers and families towards a healthy lifestyle. The value of one peer helping another has been proven to be beneficial, beyond anything we could imagine. Being able to relate with peers creates a sense of I am safe. We train peers to help others while continuing to help themselves.

(The RICH Approach should be taken before this training)

Staff Matters Too (Heal the Healers)

We understand it’s impossible to leave your life at the door when you come to work. We also understand that being a service provider doesn’t exempt you from experiencing trauma. This is a training specifically for human services workers to address their needs. This training is to help them heal, while healing others. It will also help them understand their personal experience of trauma, while working to promote healing and self-care. These are the key components of this training.

Note: The RICH Approach should be taken before this training.

Trauma care providers

Learn how we can help you enrich your trauma awareness and create environments where employees, patrons and clients can live and work free of abuse.

We equip a wide range of people and organizations to become trauma informed:

  • Individuals
  • Care Organizations
  • Businesses
  • Schools
  • Law Enforcement Agencies
  • Correctional Institutions
  • Medical and Mental Health Services
  • Courts
  • Sports Teams
  • Government Agencies
  • Communities
  • Non-Profits
  • NGOs

Tonier Cain International

Utilizing trauma informed practices to assist survivors.

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