Dr. Sandra L. Bloom is a Board-Certified psychiatrist, graduate of Temple University School of Medicine and currently Associate Professor, Health Management and Policy at the Dornsife School of Public Health, Drexel University. She is also the Founder of Creating Presence, an online organizational approach for creating trauma-informed systems. In extending her work to include an online … Read More about About Sandra
Health care and human services have become commodities, and caregivers are forced into a factory system where productivity has nothing to do with patient care. This volume forms the diagnosis; we can eagerly look forward to the next volume in which the authors promise a treatment plan.
Judith L. Herman, MD
Bloom and Farragher challenge administrators to think in terms of reform and recovery, rather than falling back on our emphasis on ‘fixing people’ when in fact our systems need to be fixed. This is a rallying call for creating and sustaining healthier service systems.”
Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare
Packed with wisdom, scientific evidence, and concepts that are vital to understanding and healing the ‘chronic public health disaster’ that is a consequence of endemic traumatic stress and adversity. Read it once and learn…study it and learn more.
Robert Anda, MD, MS
Adverse Childhood Experiences