Trauma-Informed Caring for Native American Patients and Communities Prioritizes Healing, Not Management

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American Medical Association

This case study and subsequent commentary argue that trauma-informed therapies are lacking in some current psychiatric and primary care practices in the Indian Health Service and that an interprofessional, trauma-informed approach that considers the interplay between relevant somatic and psychological factors can better motivate patient-centered care.

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