Cost - Upon request

Format - Workshop or Virtual

Duration -1 x Day

Course Introduction

Most of us experience trauma in our lifetimes. Practitioners in health and social care settings often work with adults and families who are in crisis, experience complex needs with histories of trauma.

This interactive course supports practitioners to explore how past experiences, relationships, intersectionality, and context affect current ways of being, relationships and interactions. 

Difficulty - Awareness

Next Course Date - Upon request

Benefits of the course

The course includes strategies that will support direct work with individuals. Importantly there is also a focus on practitioner wellbeing and strategies that can support practitioners and organisational resilience.

Topics Covered

Our experts draw upon their extensive knowledge and experience concerning operational, strategic and service development in both statutory and third-sector agencies.

Shared expertise surrounding trauma, trauma responses and the impact on families as well as vicarious trauma and resilience will be discussed throughout.

Course Description

This full-day course titled Trauma-Informed Working in a Multi-Professional Context is brought to you by Safeguarding Associates for Excellence ( who have been committed to promoting the welfare and safety of children and adults for over 8 years.

We invite you to join us, and expert Chrissy Bulling to learn more about trauma, the benefits of being Trauma-Informed, and the impacts on your job / organisation.

Course Outcomes

See Topics Covered

Who The Course is For

Course Aimed at – This workshop is for all those working in safeguarding agencies and organisations.

Technical Requirements

Laptop with audio and video access is required for all virtual training.