A large number of people have experienced serious trauma at some point in their lives, and the upending of normal life by the COVID-19 pandemic has caused an increase in unexpected emotional turmoil. In this AHA Behavioral Health Services’ Transforming Care podcast, Glenn Saxe, M.D., director of the NYU Center for Child Welfare Practice Innovation, talks about the importance of trauma-informed care, especially in children, and opportunities for hospitals to lead in improving access to this type of behavioral health treatment. Listen here.

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