In addition to our scheduled training we can deliver any of our courses to your organisation. These packages can be adapted to suit the strengths, challenges and needs of your organisation and its staff. All training sessions are interactive, facilitated by trauma-informed trainers with extensive knowledge of working with individuals who have experienced trauma. This is often a very cost-effective way to train a number of people in your organisation who need similar training. You provide the event space and we deliver a course tailored to your particular needs.
We currently provide training on:
Understanding and Responding to Disclosures of Sexual Violence
It can be difficult for people to understand the impact that trauma may have on an individual’s mental and physical well-being. This training develops and builds upon participants skills in responding confidently to survivors of rape and sexual abuse. It uses current research to provide a basic understanding of trauma and its potential impact on human beings.
How to work therapeutically with trauma-related dissociation:
A skills workshop
Dissociative experiences are about being disconnected from one’s thoughts, feelings, memories or sense of identity. This interactive professional development training was developed to further participants’ understanding and knowledge about working therapeutically with trauma-related dissociation.
Working with trauma-related self-harm and suicidal ideation
This training was developed to further participants’ understanding and knowledge about working therapeutically with experiences of self-harm and suicidal ideation. It offers an insight and develops the understanding of the ways you might be impacted while working with this client group.
Developing Self Care and Managing Vicarious Trauma
This workshop explores the nature, dynamics and risks of vicarious trauma (VT); comparing it to burnout, post-traumatic stress disorder and compassion fatigue. It helps participants to understand the impact that trauma can have on professionals and their practice. It also identifies ways to address self-care when dealing with trauma.