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An Introduction to the Neuroscience of Trauma - Online via Zoom

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Facilitated by Morwenna Farnan and Ray Burrows (Mulberry Bush Outreach)

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Have you ever wondered why some children appear to react to the smallest of triggers? Do you work with children whose behaviour can go from nought to sixty in the blink of an eye? 

This training is designed for anyone who works with children and young people to provide an introduction on how trauma in early childhood can affect the development of their growing brains. The aim of this two hour session is to gain insight into and think about the neuroscience of trauma and toxic stress and the consequences for children’s social, emotional and executive functioning and behaviour regulation. 

The session will run for two hours providing an opportunity for staff to put theory into practice; make use of their own experiences working alongside children as well as sharing these with other professionals.

The session draws upon experience from within the Mulberry Bush School which works with children who have experienced severe complex trauma and promotes a reflective culture when working alongside behaviour that challenges us.

Places for this event are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.

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