Helping people track cues of safety is an essential component of trauma-informed care.
This can help someone identify what it feels like in the brain and nervous system when someone feels calm, safe enough, supported or connected.
Highlighting these cues helps someone identify what the tools, settings, relationships, etc. that bring a sense of safety to the nervous system, so we can seek out more of those experiences.
Some cues of safety signals can include:
You can click here for my video on tracking cues of safety in our daily life.
For more trauma-informed tips and tools, and to join my Ethics of Trauma-Informed Care training series, visit www.beccaodomwellness.com
May we all love the life we live...