35 North Main Street, Suite 2A-1
Southington, Connecticut 06489
effective trauma treatments
corrections and inmate trauma
wellness and chronic stress
dissemination and implementation trauma services
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
posttraumatic stress disorder
Our expert team offers a wide range of services to public agencies and their contracted providers including ongoing training, quality assurance and fidelity monitoring. We also support agencies with program development and system-wide preparation to implement trauma-informed services. For more information on how your agency can achieve system-wide results with our treatment model, click here. For employers, workplace wellness and employee health promotion are key elements to maintaining a vibrant workforce. Advanced Trauma Solutions, Inc. (ATS) partners with companies to help promote employee wellness through the delivery of a research based model that addresses chronic stress. For more information on how to partner with our team, click here.
ATS is thrilled to partner with agencies and states across the country to train experienced TARGET facilitators as TARGET trainers. Trainers go through a rigorous training program that spans over the course of 18 months in addition to ongoing quality assurance of all training activities.
To access the exclusive trainers' learning community, trainers should click here.
Advanced Trauma Solutions, Inc. (ATS) has developed quality assurance procedures to ensure that the TARGET model is implemented with fidelity and that staff delivering TARGET treatment and education are receiving support and direct feedback about their progress throughout the learning process.
Trained facilitators can access their fidelity information by clicking here.
TARGET has been reviewed by the following organizations:
March 19, 2020 - Christopher DeFrancesco '95 (CLAS) - UConn Health
With the spread of the COVID-19 virus comes anxiety over the uncertainty associated with a rapidly evolving public health threat of indefinite duration. UConn Health clinical psychologist Julian Ford shares his thoughts on the situation, including some recommendations on ways to handle the stress.