Trauma is not a life sentence – in this session, you’ll learn how we can help children and young people to recover from early life challenges and enjoy their future without being defined by their past.
Limited places available so register soon (deadline for bookings Tuesday 14th March 2023)
Before the session
We’d recommend attending the Live Classroom on Attachment taking place on Wednesday 11th January and Trauma taking place on Wednesday 15th February beforehand, so you can link attachment and trauma to recovery.
Inspired by Professor Richard Rose
Develop an understanding of Trauma theory and practice.
To understand that we all have a part to play in helping children to recover from these experiences by providing ‘clue sets’ from our own experiences and signpost to recovery.
Understand that trauma is not a life sentence, that children and young people can be helped to recover from early life challenges and in doing so, be able to develop into healthy young adults.
What to bring
Participants should bring along pens, paper and curiosity
Participants may want to read this page that explains more about what Therapeutic Life Story Work is.
We will be using Zoom as the platform to host the live classroom. We would encourage you to read this document for advice on how to access zoom particularly if you haven’t accessed zoom before. If you are planning on attending via a work device, to ensure access is not blocked you may need to seek access permission in advance.
You will receive a zoom link to access the live classroom at least 48hours before the live classroom takes place.