Trauma informed practice Level 2 (3)
Time & Location
About The Event
Developmental trauma disorder is a new diagnostic catergory that encapsulates complex trauma, behaviour disorders and reactive attachment
This disorder is often diagnosticated in adolescence and it focuses on the effects that trauma in childhood has had on the adolescent´s development.
Do you work or support Young people who have experience chronic trauma, Childhood Sexual Abuse, neglect, emotinal or psychological abuse?
New research in brain science is showing how early childhood adverse experiences have an effect on adolescents´behaviour, cognitive development, emotional regulation, brain development, attachment and impulsivity.
Young People who have experienced developmental trauma will show different symptoms. Children develop diverse coping mechanisms to deal with distressing experiences. Some withdraw and go inside themselves, no trusting adults, some use substances, other act out.
Provide training in line with the Scottich Government Trauma Knowledge and Skills Framework at Skilled Level
01 Understanding trauma
Trauma and attachment
The importance of a child’s current context and relationships
Developmental impact of trauma
The interaction between trauma and critical development stages
Impact of trauma on physical health
Trauma symptoms and adaptations
Stress tolerance (window of tolerance) and dissociation
Trauma triggers and re-traumatisation
Mental health diagnoses and trauma
Indicators of and risks for trauma exposure
02 Working with interpersonal difficulties linked to trauma
Implications of attachment trauma for emotional stability and coping, and for interpersonal functioning and the professional relationship
Negotiating and managing professional contact, boundaries and endings
Psychological interventions for interpersonal difficulties linked to trauma
03 Delivering interventions for people with trauma-related difficulties.
Recognising where trauma is unresolved
The phase-based model of trauma and recovery
Systemic and developmental considerations included in the phase-based model
of trauma and recovery in children and young people (CYP: p72, 80, 86, 91)
Matched stepped care
Resilience and hope
Psychosocial support and advocacy
Evidence-based and protocolised stage 1 interventions for trauma
Skills development following trauma
Understanding the aims of psychological therapy for people affected by trauma
Importance of the family and support systems around the child in supporting
resilience, recovery and interventions
Who should attend: Workers who have a specific remit to provide direct services to people who have experienced trauma.
Full Price £90 Early bird £75 Concessions £60
- Full price£90£900£0