Supporting Children who have Experienced Trauma


In schools, we strive to provide our children with the knowledge, skills and understanding to gain the very best start in life and to grow up to be happy, healthy and successful adults. Children who have experienced trauma and adverse childhood experiences will have additional barriers to overcome in regulating their own emotions, forming relationships and accessing learning- so how can we best support them to achieve their best and to thrive?

This training aims to improve your understanding of a child’s brain development and the impact of trauma, as well providing you with strategies to best support these children in your setting.

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In this training, delegates will develop their understanding of the ongoing impact of trauma and adverse childhood experiences and the additional support these children will require to achieve their best.

Delegates will gain:* An understanding of ways in which a child’s brain development is impacted by trauma and adverse childhood experiences* Confidence in their ability to identify and understand how trauma affects children and adolescents* A knowledge of the different types of trauma children may have experienced* An understanding of the impact of secure and insecure attachment on brain development and mental health* An understanding of the principles of a trauma-informed approach to supporting traumatised children and adolescents* A range of practical strategies to help regulate distressed children.

Delegates will also have chance to discuss best practice in their own settings and ask questions of other delegates regarding dealing with trauma.

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About the Advisor

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Event Details

Day 1: 25 January, 2023

Start time: 09:00 BST

End time: 16:00 BST

Venue: Services For Education, Unit 3 Holt Court, Holt Street, Birmingham, B7 4AX