Now available to book – Trauma Awareness Half Day Workshop

Posted on: June 21, 2022

Now available to book!

3-hour Trauma Awareness workshops providing an opportunity for those who work or support people who may have experienced trauma.

This session helps to develop an understanding of the impact of trauma and adverse childhood experiences using neuroscience research that will enable the attendee to take a trauma-informed approach at work and in their personal life, whilst also exploring the effects of vicarious trauma on themselves and others and how we can all improve wellbeing.

Ideal for those who work in helping professions: health care, education, emergency services, social work, youth offending services, foster carers.

This workshop can be delivered online or in person.

Contact [email protected] to enquire.

Author: Jade Bolton
Categories: News

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