WEBINAR: Trauma Informed Practice - an introduction
Date & Time:
THIS COURSE IS DELIVERED VIA A LIVE TRAINER LED WEBINAR via MICROSOFT TEAMS
Delegates must have access to a laptop or a computer as this session is not accessible via a mobile phone or ipad and it is necessary to set up a 'Microsoft Teams' account to access the session.
Overview of course:
‘Trauma-informed practice is a term that is used all of the time, but it’s often poorly defined or dismissed as something that is ‘already being done’. Often, ‘trauma-informed practice’ can also be confused with providing ‘trauma-focused interventions’. Trauma-informed practice is a model of service delivery and understanding that is focused on the biological, social, and psychological impact of early adversity.
This is an introductory session that aims to provide the following:
- To provide an overview of trauma-informed practice and the underlying model
- To outline current understanding of the prevalence of early adversity and the biopsychosocial impact of it
- To provide a reflective space to think together about the clinical and service-level implications of this
Who should attend: This workshop is open to all professionals working with children and young people