The Royal - Mental Health - Care & Research

A burned out woman with elbows on table and her head cupped in her hands.
Atrium on third floor of The Royal.
Dr Gayatri Saraf
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A young woman

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Dr. Louise Overington and Dale Patterson

A collaborative trauma-informed approach to transforming the SUCD inpatient spaces

Imagine this – as part of a grounding intervention in the Substance Use and Concurrent Disorders (SUCD) program at The Royal, a group facilitator asks clients to name three things they can see. One client responds: I see a beige wall, a corkboard with lots of papers on it, and another beige wall. 

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