Course description

A double module packed with proven strategies and trauma-informed ways forward after a crisis.  What does it take to recover and strengthen our resilience?  Wide-ranging building blocks are provided, including reflection on the importance of gently held routine.  The module addresses hypervigilance and dissociation, two ends of the crisis response, and highlights the importance of  seeking specialist help.  Ripples of trauma can extend widely, so this module considers community involvement and the importance of self-care for those involved.

You will have continual access to this course for 12 full months. 

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By taking this online course, you will:

  • Build on past experience to better develop resilience for the future

  • Appreciate our own strategies for managing challenging situations, and understand the key factors in individual and collective resilience

  • Understand six key attachment aware, trauma informed principles for supporting others through crises

  • Learn key facts about dissociation and hypervigilance and what can help

  • Consider the pros and cons of ‘keeping calm and carrying on’ versus pausing to accommodate the impact of a crisis

  • Recognise the value of stability and routine in schools following and during crisis events, helping with regulation of our agitated and dysregulated state

  • Consider the benefits of making different kinds of space available for people going through and after crisis events

  • Develop differential use of routine, and space, according to each individual’s capacities, limits, needs and preference

  • Understand why managing contagious feelings and unhelpful conclusions is important, alongside psychoeducation on the impact of trauma

  • Recognise the importance of supporting the supporters, self-care and containment (circles of care, encompassing staff and parents)

Pricing options

All prices include UK VAT

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