Untying the Interrupted Mind - Understanding childhood trauma and how to implement Positive Behaviour Support Strategies in the home, school & clinic
Untying the Interrupted Mind is a training program aimed at professionals and carers in social & community settings. This training is suited for parents, carers, school staff, counsellors, psychologists, allied health professionals, youth justice employees, community mental health workers & child protection employees.
The goal of the training is to support participants in understanding & meeting the needs of children, young people & adults who have experienced complex trauma.
Training is facilitated by Psychologist, Amy Seear.
Participants will have an understanding about how complex trauma impacts brain development & memory.
How complex trauma in early childhood affects behaviours and emotional responses.
They will develop an understanding of trauma re-enactment and the importance of safe environments & relationships.
Participants will have an understanding of the importance of Positive Behaviour Support Strategies & be able to apply a range of positive behaviour support strategies suited to supporting children, young people & adults who have experienced trauma.
Participants will learn a variety of ‘trauma-informed’ strategies built on the foundation of how trauma impacts brain development & the psychobiology of trauma.
The content of the training is facilitated over 2 days however the program can be tailored to your specific organisations needs. Please contact our office to discuss your training needs.