Trauma Informed Practice for Front-line Practitioners

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This course is suitable for any front-line professional or manager of front-line staff working with survivors of domestic and sexual abuse.

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Trauma informed care is increasingly being recognized as the best way to respond to survivors of domestic and sexual abuse, but what does this look like in practice? This full day training will look closely at how trauma impacts the body and the brain, and how you can recognize when someone is affected by this. You will learn practical strategies for sensitively responding to and engaging clients, as well as tools to effectively advocate for clients, communicate their risks and needs and improve multi-agency responses.

This course will cover:

• Definitions and dynamics of trauma

• Impacts of trauma on the body and brain

• Practical tools for trauma informed practice

• Communicating effectively the risks and needs of service users

• Challenging difficult and unhelpful responses from other professionals

• Encouraging professionals to use trauma informed practice

NB This is a 4 hour course with i hr lunch break.

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