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Trauma – Body and the Brain (Online) - 22 February & 1 March 2023

This online training is made up of two 2¼ hour sessions with a 15-minute break, and it will take place on 22 February & 1 March from 9.30 am to 11.45 am each day. 

Trauma – Body and the Brain

The Transforming Trauma National Training Framework sets out four levels of training for different parts of the workforce. This training sits at the Trauma Enhanced Level (Three) for those with a specific remit to respond to the needs of survivors – on a regular or intense basis.

Participants are expected to have a good knowledge of the causes and effects of trauma before participating in this course. This is a practice-based course, so participants who have worked in trauma or a similar field for over 18 months will get the most out of it.

This course is for those working with service users or clients who have mild to severe mental health problems or who may be known to be survivors of any kind of trauma.

Aims

To explore the participant's understanding of how trauma affects a traumatised individual’s body and brain.

The workshop will enable participants to have a greater understanding of:

  • The effects of trauma and the experience of the survivor
  • The neurobiological basis for trauma symptoms,
  • How to provide psycho-education in this area
  • What the participants can offer in terms of support with bodily and neurologically based effects.

More details will be provided by November 2022.

Trainer

To be agreed.

Terms and conditions

This online course will be delivered through Zoom.

Training bookings are processed through Stripe, which accepts all major debit and credit cards.

If you need to cancel your booking and give more than 30 days notice, we will refund 50% of your fee. There is a non-refundable administration fee of £5 for cancellations and refunds. If due to unforeseen circumstances we have to change the course date, and it is not suitable for you, we will refund 100% of the payment.

 

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