The ABC of Trauma Enhanced – Tier Three Training is an intensive CPD accredited one-day course that will enable practitioners working with families to develop a more in depth understanding of the impact of trauma including adverse childhood experiences in the context of the social and political frameworks that they occur. 

This is an enhanced interactive workshop for practitioners who have completed the ABC of Trauma Practitioner – Tier Two Training and wish to further expand their knowledge in this subject. 

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About the training

The training will explore trauma theory and how the Acceptance of a trauma model offers the potential for recovery. It provides delegates with the opportunity to relate theory to practice through the use of interactive exercises.

It enables delegates to understand that by exploring the Behaviours that result from trauma it is possible to understand that it is ‘what happened’ to the child or young person that resulted in coping strategies that can be destructive to the individual, family and society.

By being Curious as individuals we can facilitate a collaborative culture to promote healing and autonomy. Delegates will have the opportunity to explore models of working and be provided with resources to support trauma informed practice

Rock Pool’s training courses use a trauma-informed psycho-educational model.

We facilitate a safe space to ensure learning and promote collaboration. Our training is designed to be strengths based and skills building.

This one-day training course is for up to 25 delegates and is delivered direct to your organisation.

Training aims

  • To inspire and motivate the workforce to adapt their interactions with people through trauma informed practice
  • For professionals to have the opportunity to link the theories of trauma informed work and developmental trauma into practice through casework studies
  • To develop a deeper knowledge and understanding of trauma and its impact using Maslow’s hierarchy of needs and the ‘Relate, Rupture, Repair’ model
  • To enable professionals to develop an in-depth understanding the link between attachment theories and addiction as a coping strategy
  • To provide the opportunity to understand personal triggers and how to apply emotional regulation techniques to enable them to better support their clients
  • To increase understanding that developmental trauma also happens in a social and political framework and how this further impacts on individuals who have experienced trauma
  • To have the opportunity to explore and be provided with practical tools for trauma informed practice and to support children, young people and adults to develop resilience

Training outcomes

  • Professionals are inspired and motivated to adapt their interactions with people through trauma informed practice
  • To link theories of trauma informed work and developmental trauma into practice through casework studies
  • Deeper knowledge and understanding of trauma and its impact using Maslow’s hierarchy of needs and the ‘Relate, Rupture, Repair’ model
  • An in-depth understanding the link between attachment theories and addiction as a coping strategy
  • Understanding of personal triggers and how to apply emotional regulation techniques to enable understanding and support for direct client work
  • An increased understanding that developmental trauma also happens in a social and political framework and how this further impacts on individuals who have experienced trauma
  • Have the practical tools for trauma informed practice and to support adults, children and young people to develop resilience

 

Who should attend

  • Social workers
  • Family support workers
  • Neighbourhood teams
  • Safeguarding adult teams
  • Early help workers
  • Housing sector workers
  • Voluntary sector workers
  • Health practitioners
  • Police and police support staff
  • Other frontline care professionals
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Training topics

  • Applying theory to trauma informed practice
  • Understanding emotional regulation and its application
  • Social and political context of trauma
  • Addiction and attachment
  • Maslow’s hierarchy of needs
  • ‘Relate, Rupture, Repair’ model
  • Trauma-informed resources
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Next steps

  • If you are interested and would like to find out more information about this training course or any of Rock Pool’s work, please contact us:

Email: admin@rockpool.life
Tel: 01803 659191

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"The trauma training has helped the staff think about how they approach and view young people and to consider that everyone has experienced trauma. It gives practitioners a wider understanding of the lived experiences of the children that they work with in order to understand better the behaviours that are presented are often a physical and unconscious response to this trauma and that responses and interactions with them need to consider this and be adapted accordingly. This is not necessarily taking an approach that is deemed to be light touch, or without consequence for actions but with a broader understanding, better advice and appropriate services that are more able to think in a trauma informed way. The decision making around young people has already proven to be more effective with regards to outcomes for our service."

Adolescent and Youth Offending Service Manager: London Borough of Barking and Dagenham

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The customer may cancel a training course provided that written notice is given to the supplier at least 28 days before the first training date.
If the notice to cancel is provided less than 28 days before the first training date, no refund will be made to the customer.
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