Trauma in school: An Attachment Aware/Trauma Informed Approach - MODULE 6 Support, secondary trauma and vicarious resilience (£10.80 incl VAT)
Who you can turn to for help and the impact on those who do help. This module helps you broaden your thinking and identify who, what, when and how support systems can be developed and maintained for wider community resilience
Trauma in school: An Attachment Aware/Trauma Informed Approach - MODULE 5 WHAT HELPS? In crisis and traumatic situations (£32.40 incl VAT)
Proven strategies and trauma-informed ways forward after a crisis. What does it take to recover and strengthen our resilience? Addresses hypervigilance and dissociation. Considers community involvement and the importance of self-care
Trauma in school: An Attachment Aware/Trauma Informed Approach - MODULE 4 POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER (£3.60 incl VAT)
Recognise why not everyone who experiences trauma will experience post-traumatic stress disorder. It’s helpful to understand what it is, what to look out for, and when, and how to help if someone we know, or ourselves, seems to be experiencing it.
Trauma in school: An Attachment Aware/Trauma Informed Approach - MODULE 3 HOW DO WE RESPOND WHEN SOMETHING AWFUL HAPPENS? (£14.40 incl VAT)
How we respond to the impact of trauma – extending beyond ‘fight flight freeze’ and integrating an understanding of how our unique secure and insecure attachment styles, laid down in our early years, can also contribute to our responses
Trauma in school: An attachment aware/trauma informed approach - MODULE 2 HOW TRAUMA COMES to SCHOOL and who is affected (£18 incl VAT)
This module discusses the impact of different kinds of trauma, direct and indirect, and to sharpen your awareness of the various ways in which any and all of us may experience it, including those with previous experience of both trauma
Trauma in school: An attachment aware/trauma informed approach - MODULE 1 BUILDING RESILIENCE starting with ourselves (£10.80 incl VAT)
What does resilience actually means for yourself and your school? The best time to build resilience is before something happens. The module offers practical ways to develop grounding and stability, so you can better able to help yourself and others.