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Circles and Threads: Trauma Informed Record Keeping

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Circles and Threads: Trauma Informed Record Keeping for the Adult that the Child Will Become

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THIS IS FOR YOU IF:

* You are responsible for record keeping for children

* You want the space to reflect and make sense of record keeping

* You are looking to develop a deeper theoretical understanding of the impact of reading files as an adult

* You are looking to develop a deeper embodied understanding of the impact of reading files as an adult

* You want to develop a trauma informed approach to record keeping

* You want to consider and embrace record keeping as having the potential for intergenerational and ancestral healing

"I really loved Lisa's approach to the delivery of this subject- I would love to attend future events. She reflects the principles she talks about- connection, relational working and kindness on top of her vast knowledge of trauma and points for further reading."

Target Audience:

Foster Care and Adoption Teams and Carers

Social Workers

Early Help

Prevention Services

Anyone who writes records for children

This event is priced to support individuals to attend as well as groups from an organisation or team.

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Organiser Lisa Cherry

Organiser of Circles and Threads: Trauma Informed Record Keeping

Lisa brings over 30 years experience of working in Education and Social Work settings and a 30-year journey of personal recovery from a fractured childhood.

Lisa's own recovery journey brought about her taking the time to qualify as a Holistic Health Therapist in 2005 which Lisa brings to all her work, creating a space for healing, recovery and good mental health and well being.

Lisa’s research in her Masters in Education looked at the intersection of school exclusion and being in care and the impact upon education and employment across the life course which is now being continued as a Doctorate at The University of Oxford. 

Lisa brings academic research, professional experience and personal stories together to create a holistic approach to working with vulnerability with a fundamental belief that with the right relationships, we have the capacity to recover.

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