Address - Stoneyholme Community Primary School, Oswald Street, Burnley, BB12 0BN.
Limited on-site and nearby street parking available.
Please be aware, no lunch is provided. We recommend bringing a packed lunch to ensure the day runs on time.
Registration for the workshop will begin at 9: 00am and tea and coffee will be provided in this time, the content delivery will then commence at 9:15am.
Trauma is recognised as a profound and global public health crisis. The pervasive and harmful impact of traumatic experiences on individuals, families, and communities and the inadvertent but widespread re-traumatisation of children and adults within the system has made it essential to rethink ‘how we do business’.
As front-line practitioners and professionals working across the wider system, we have a responsibility to act on this.
A tendency to focus on the presenting symptoms such as violence or substance ‘abuse’ has led to huge human and economic costs to society.
Now, more than ever, there is a need to tackle the impact of trauma and focus on how public systems can support people in preventing and recovering from traumatic events. Only by working together, across systems and with communities, will we reduce the complex and interconnected social determinants and inequalities which drive trauma.
Lancashire Violence Reduction Network’s (LVRN) “Becoming a Trauma Informed Lancashire workshops” aim to cultivate collective, cross-sector learning to support the ongoing development of trauma informed services.
LVRN would like to invite multi-agency pan Lancashire practitioners to embark of the pathway of becoming a trauma informed county. We are pleased to invite you to our Trauma Informed Lancashire workshops which will explore the impact of trauma and help to develop this knowledge into practice.
These workshops are for all practitioners both from statutory and 3rd sector organisations across the PAN Lancashire Multi agency footprint .
The Learning Outcomes of the presentation are:
-To understand the transformation to becoming Trauma Informed Lancashire.
-To begin to explore how Trauma affects our body, brain and behaviour.
-To be able to recognise how trauma may present in people we work alongside.
-To consider how a Trauma Informed Approach impacts on individuals and communities.
-Begin to think about changes we can make to our working practices, services and organisations.
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