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Trauma Informed Practises Online Workshop (Held on Zoom)

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A workshop about the importance of understanding trauma and how to work effectively with individuals impacted by traumatic experiences.

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Online Workshop Guidance:

This workshop will be held over Zoom, with login details provided on your order confirmation email.

For brief guidance on how to download and use Zoom, please visit the following: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362193. You will either need to use the Zoom App or join via a modern browser such as Microsoft Edge or Google Chrome.

Please familiarise yourself with how to join a Zoom meeting prior to the session and please email us at norwichconnect@spurgeons.org if you are having difficultly.

About the Course:

Do your client’s sometime struggle to follow through with actions? Do you know someone who’s affected by trauma? Do you know what to do when your client’s distressed?

Often clients affected by trauma may not be ready to work through other important areas of their lives, which can be challenging for many professionals. Understanding trauma and how it impacts people allows professionals to work with their clients more effectively and appropriately.

Anyone can be affected by trauma and it impacts people in different ways. Understanding how trauma works in the brain and how it impacts people is vital for anyone working with people. Our Trauma Informed Practises workshop answers questions such as –

- Why do people get angry or disengage when they need to be thinking clearly?

- Why don’t people always respond the way they want to?

- How can I engage someone who’s traumatised?

This course gives professionals the knowledge and skills to effectively work with individuals who have experienced some level of trauma. The workshop covers topics such as:

- Trauma and the Brain: An overview of how trauma affects the brain and how this knowledge can encourage and empower clients.

- Threat Reponses: The 5 different responses the brain has when faced with a traumatic event and why individuals respond they way they do.

- Practical tools for working with people affected by trauma: This course gives some techniques to use with individuals when they are experiencing distressing symptoms of trauma such as flashbacks or heightened senses to ground and de-stress them in the moment.

Please Note: Whilst all our training courses are free of charge, we reserve the right to charge for non-attendance. If professionals do not show up to courses or have not given at least 48 hours notice of non-attendance, you will liable to a fee of £75.

To withdraw your place, please contact Norwich Connect at norwichconnect@spurgeons.org or call on 01603 628122.

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