Trauma-informed care: revolution or rhetoric?
Explore some of the background and myths around what it means to be trauma-informed and the value, challenges and potential pitfalls of that approach
The term ‘trauma-informed care‘ has recently become a buzzword and is now finding its way into the mainstream menu of must-have training across the public sector.
But ‘trauma’, in itself, is nothing new. This begs the question – aren’t we already informed enough about trauma?
This free webinar, originally presented by Dr Sheena Webb on 19 April 2022, explores some of the background and myths around what it means to be trauma-informed and considered the value, challenges and potential pitfalls of trying to adopt a trauma-informed approach within the public sector.
How will this webinar help me?
By watching this webinar recording, you will gain:
- a deeper knowledge of what trauma-informed care is and the range of ways it may be applied
- a critical understanding of some of the myths and misconceptions surrounding trauma-informed approaches
- an appreciation of the potential benefits of trauma-awareness across a range of settings as well as the consequences of not being trauma-informed
Who is this webinar for?
This is a free webinar for frontline practitioners working with vulnerable adults, including those involved in clinical work, support work or key-working within settings such as:
- social care
- domestic abuse services
- other public or voluntary support services
Anyone with an interest in the subject is also welcome to watch the recording.
Interested in exploring trauma-informed care further?
Our two-day course, Trauma-informed care: using trauma awareness to enhance everyday practice (CPD31), led by Dr Sheena Webb, will help you gain a deeper understanding of trauma-informed care. You will learn practical ways to implement TIC principles and culture into your workplace and practice.
Register to access the recording
To access the recording, please use this form. Once you’ve registered, you’ll be taken to the recording of the webinar, and receive a copy via email within 24 hours.