Trauma Institute of New Jersey
Formerly Arauz Inspirational Enterprises LLC
(SERVICE DISABLED VETERAN OWNED SMALL BUSINESS-SDVOSB)
The Trauma Institute of New Jersey is a private educational company specializing in trauma-informed organizational system change consultations, as well as, lectures and trainings to help conceptualize and guide therapeutic efforts toward increasing the accuracy, specificity and efficacy of clinical and system-wide interventions regarding Trauma. Specifically, Trauma associated with Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE), Mental Illness (seclusion/restraint, treatment and phenomenal conscious experience), Addiction, Suicide and Veteran issues.
The Trauma Institute of New Jersey also consults on organizational system change and trainings focused on Recovery-based Psychiatric Interventions and the longterm Recovery trajectory involving serious mental illness.
The Institute is directed in this mission by its President, Eric C. Arauz MLER. He is an internationally recognized theorist, speaker, trainer and a national award winning author for his book An Americans's Resurrection: My Pilgrimage from Child Abuse and Mental Illness to Salvation.
Organizations that have had Eric C. Arauz consult, keynote speak, lecture, train and/or hold Grand Rounds include:
Menniger Clinic Houston, Texas
Yale University New Haven, Connecticut
UCLA Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital Los Angeles, California
National Council on Behavioral Health Washington D.C.
US Psychiatric and Mental Health Congress Las Vegas, Nevada
The New York Times
Parkland Health and Hospital System (PHHS) Dallas, Texas
Rutgers University New Brunswick, NJ
American Psychiatric Nurse Assoc. (APNA) Clinical Psychopharmacology Institute Reston, Virginia
University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennslyvania
National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors (NASMHPD) Washington D.C.
Purdue University Lafayette, Indiana
Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Piscataway, New Jersey
International Bipolar Foundation San Diego, California
University of Illinois-Chicago Medical School Chicago, Illinois
Rutgers University Behavioral Health Care Piscataway, New Jersey
University of Colorado-Denver School of Nursing Denver, Colorado
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration (SAMHSA) Washington D.C.
American Psychiatric Nurse Assoc. (APNA) National Convention Louisville, Kentucky
National Organization of Veterans Administration (NOVA) Nurses New Orleans, Louisiana
Evergreen Treatment Services Seattle, Washington