Overview and Purpose

In this introductory session we familiarise ourselves with some of the key overarching models within trauma informed practice and celebrate that everyone has a role to play in supporting and individual, organisation or community to create a foundation of knowledge and skills required by everyone on which to build.

In this half day Trauma Informed Training session, our Epione Lives experts provide an open panel for questions about what being trauma informed means and ‘feels’ like within services being delivered.

Trauma Informed Training

Learning Outcomes

  • Using the 4R’s model understand what trauma is and recognise the prevalence of trauma in society.
  • Understand the range of ways trauma can affect people in our services, especially in the absence of relational buffers.
  • Understand the principles of trauma informed practice and how this relates to avoid unnecessary or unintended ‘retraumatisation’ and harm.
  • Increase awareness of vicarious trauma and need to support personal wellbeing

Trauma Informed Training Courses

Introductory Half Day Trauma Informed Training

31 Dec
Online
Tue 09:30 - 12:30
From £50.00

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