Trauma informed design; working with the built environment - a Q&A with Jill Pable

After the end of the Season One forums, arising out of the 'where to now?' review discussions, we found ourselves with a specific request and a sudden opportunity to arrange an extra session, on working with the built environment.

Overleaf is the recording of the talk and the extended Q&A to follow.


Other background - PIElink pages

  • The built environment and adaptations : HERE
  • Using the whole environment: HERE
  • Outreach, pathways, and environments without buildings : HERE
  • PIEs, communities and a sense of belonging : HERE
  • Clubhouses, cores, and campus models : HERE
  • PIEs in therapy settings : HERE
  • 'Psychologically informed business environments' : HERE
  • Whole system PIEs  : HERE
  • PIEs and ‘exclusion-informed research’ HERE

Other background - Library items

A checklist of trauma-informed care principles in built environment design : HERE

Well-being by design - the questions you might ask : HERE

The Director of First Impressions`: (excerpt)

The characteristics of successful supported housing programmes: ‘Single site’ Housing First in Finland:  HERE

PIEs at the Wallich - rethinking the building : HERE

Simon Community - Glasgow Access Hub (short video) : HERE

Car, Bus, Tram or Unicorn; why my car is a psychologically informed environment : HERE

Learning and Enquiry and the cycles of practice-based learning : HERE


Further background reading/listening/viewing


Design Resources for Homelessness on : HERE


PIElink pages

Psychologically informed boundary setting : HERE

Top-to-toe PIE embedding : HERE

PIEs, Housing First and community integration : HERE

Finding a service user-friendly language : HERE

PIEs and research : HERE

Exploring the PIE Abacus (for PIE leads) : HERE

Bonus session: Trauma informed design and working with the built environment; a Q&A with Jill Pable : HERE


Other background - pages

Is the PIE evolving? (summary) : HERE

PIEs 1, 2 - and 3? : HERE

The Inner Game of PIE : HERE

Introducing the PIE approach : HERE