Friday, October 15, 2021
VIDEO: Trauma Informed Care/Practice in a School Environment

Are you wondering how to mitigate the impact of the #pandemic on your pupils?
Have you recognised behaviours which could be indicative of a traumatic response in your #pupils this new term?
Would you like to learn more about how to use trauma informed care in your school

Join us for the #WorldMentalHealthDay Happy Schools Forum as we learn more about trauma informed practice and how it can be harnessed to support our pupils' wellbeing after the lockdown and school closures.

We will be exploring the true impact of the pandemic on our schools, communities and pupils and paying attention to how using a trauma-informed lens can help us respond to the unmet needs and lack of felt safety expressed in our learners behaviours.We will be discussing #wholeschool, classroom and individual approaches to help children and staff feel safe again.

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The speaker: Kati Taunt

Kati Taunt is a leading Trauma Informed Practice specialist and one of only two licenced ARC (Attachment, Regulation and Competency) trainers outside of the United States.

Kati is a registered social worker and accredited cognitive behavioural therapist who is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, Solution Focused Therapy, Theraplay, Dyadic Developmental #Psychotherapy and Systemic Family Psychotherapy working with schools, social care, fostering and mental health services wishing to provide trauma informed practice.

Kati has been working with schools and local initiatives to bring trauma informed practice into education an social care for the past 15 years.

Find out more about Kati and the brilliant work she does here: https://trauma-informedpractice.co.uk

Watch the video below...

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