Trauma-Informed Design Decisions
PaintED Show • 40m
In this Paint Ed episode, Torlando Hakes talks with Lynsey and Sarah from PPG. They discuss, the benefit of making trauma-informed design decisions and dig deep into trauma and color therapy. Lynsey shares that color therapy greatly impacts individuals who have undergone traumatic experiences.
Sarah Gomez, who has a psychology degree, says understanding what people are going through can be beneficial to everyday day business decisions.
Lynsey adds, as a contractor you can give back by leveraging elements such as the color scheme to create trauma-informed spaces.
Sarah suggests creating a place that provides a sense of calm using biophilic design. For example, adding a soft pink color, natural lighting, and the sound of a waterfall can make a huge difference!
Watch the full episode to learn more.
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