Trauma informed practice training is targeted at all staff who are supporting patients/clients who have experienced trauma in their lives. The course will give learners more of an understanding about how to recognise and sensitively respond to individuals in their care. We will look at how to apply trauma informed care and how it works in practice. Following a training needs Analysis which gives us more of an insight into your organisation, we can then bespoke the training inline with your organisations policies, procedures and guidelines.
Strength Based training has its foundation in social work and social care. Strength Based approach is a “work practice theory” which focuses on an individuals’ self-determination and strength. This type of approach builds and supports the client on their strengths, specifically seeing them as resourceful and resilient when they are in adverse conditions. Strength Based training focuses on this approach being client led and is centered on outcomes for the future.
Learn how to develop a psychologically informed environment. This course will look at the 5 key elements that make up a psychologically informed environment, as well as looking at how frontline staff can lead the change within their service and start their journey to becoming psychologically informed.
Post Critical Incident Stress Debrief Facilitator training is now being delivered via live webinar as well as onsite face to face training to organisations across the United Kingdom, from NHS Trusts to Corporates to Charities. This training ensures the safeguarding and support of employees facing ongoing or extremely stressful, traumatic or critical incidents. Days 1 & 2 cover pre & intra-crisis interventions and days 3-5 cover post incident crisis interventions and debrief.
Managers, team leaders, support workers who work with young people.
Self-harm in young people is often understood to be a physical response to emotional pain of some kind, and can be extremely addictive. Some self harm behaviours in young people are quite well known, such as cutting, burning or pinching, but there are many, many ways to injure oneself , including abusing drugs and alcohol or having an eating disorder.
This is an introduction session to stress, stressors and the management of stress in our daily home and working lives. The session will explore factors of vulnerability and self regulation, and will give the attendees an overview of the benefits of stress reduction and relaxation techniques as well as building knowledge for the future benefit of personal and colleagues mental health.
This Strength Based training has been designed to enable people to consider the individual being supported by service with regard to their independence, resilience and ability to make choices in order to improve their wellbeing and the collaboration required to do so. This collaboration draws on the persons strengths and assets.
Self Harm Awareness For Young People training is essential for anyone who supports vulnerable young people who are at risk of attempting suicide or self-harm by a number of means. This course gives you skills and knowledge to recognise self harm and ligature injuries.
Body dysmorphic disorder, or body dysmorphia, is a mental health condition where you spend a lot of time worrying about your appearance.
The exact cause of body dysmorphic disorder is unclear. It’s been linked to genes, chemical changes in the brain and traumatic past experiences.
Therapeutic Observations are used within hospital and residential settings where service users will be observed on a regular basis. This may be frequent checks through the day and night or increased observations which can include 1:1. Observations are a therapeutic intervention aimed at reducing factors which contribute to increased risk and promoting recovery. It should focus on engaging the person therapeutically and enabling them to address their difficulties constructively.