Trauma Informed Practice and The Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics
Family Life’s core business has always involved working with traumatised children, families and communities. Family Life places Trauma Informed Practice (TIP) at the core of it’s organisational strategy. TIP focuses on the implications of trauma on the individual, those around them and the systems and services with which they come into contact and is central to Family Life’s activities, as well as our core principles and values. Family Life’s commitment to TIP has transformed its service delivery across all levels of the organisation. At the practitioner level, it leads to client empowerment and development whilst at the organisational level, it is a launchpad for innovation and growth.
Family Life also has practitioners and facilitators trained in The Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics (NMT). Developed by child psychiatrist and neuroscientist Dr Bruce Perry, NMT explores the effects of trauma on children at key stages of childhood brain development – from pre-conception, pregnancy and birth all the way to adolescence. Understanding adverse events that occur at specific periods of a child’s brain development produces a complete picture of their challenges and developmental risk factors – and ultimately helps to identify the best forms of intervention to support them.
Professional Development for your Workplace
Heartlinks offers tailored training in Trauma Informed Practice to suit the needs of health care providers, service delivery organisations, teaching staff and other professional groups who work across a range of sectors.
We are able to customise the training to achieve the desired outcomes of you team and/or organisation.
Training is delivered by our qualified and professional staff with extensive experience in trauma informed practice as a basis for their work with families, individuals and staff in the community services sector.
- Brain development
- Neuroplasticity and the role of stress
- Impact of trauma, protective and risk factors
- State-dependent functioning and the 6Rs of regulation
- Working with traumatised individuals
- Trauma informed organisations
What you will learn:
- Insight into how trauma may impact a person’s behaviour - child or adult
- Reframing how you interact with a traumatised individual
- Practical strategies to counter trauma
- Regulation techniques and how to improve relational health
- Applying theories of attachment and a deeper understanding of the timing of when a traumatic event occurs and it’s possible long-lasting impact
Best suited to:
- Community sector practitioners
- Organisations who want to adopt a trauma informed practice lens
The program can be delivered to suit individual or organisational requirements ranging from a two hour information session, to up to six sessions (12 hours) depending on the requirements of the organisation
Dates to be scheduled. Please contact us if you are interested in hosting a workshop.
Training can be delivered online, at your workplace, at our centres in Sandringham or Frankston, or at an external venue of your choosing.
Cost is dependent upon the size and needs of the group. Please call us to discuss your training needs.
To ensure a positive experience for all, the maximum group size is fifteen.
Acceptance into this program is subject to minimum enrolment numbers being achieved and/or maximum numbers being reached. Heartlinks reserves the right to discontinue service should the facilitator deem a participant to be better suited to an alternative form of support.
Want more information?
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (03) 8599 5488