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Working with Childhood Trauma

The impact of childhood trauma on the everyday functions of a child or young person.

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From £120 per person

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Face to face


3 hours/ 0.5 day

Do you feel confident working with children and young people who have experienced trauma?

Delve into the inner working of children as we explore the impact of adverse childhood experiences. This course will help give you the knowledge and skills to recognise a child in crises, and encourage rapid and early intervention to the behaviours associated with these traumas. 

What will I Learn?

  • Explore different childhood traumas

  • Identify examples of the fight or flight response to triggers

  • Evaluate early interventions to support children who have experienced trauma

Benefits of Training with Us
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We offer live virtual sessions on Zoom or face to face so you can learn in a style and place that suits you.

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You receive a personalised certificate of achievement on completion of the course.

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On completion, you will have access to a range of downloadable information and resources. 

'The purpose of education is to replace an empty mind with an open one.'

Malcolm S. Forbes

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