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Trauma Informed Ways of Being #4

Trauma Informed Ways of Being #4

In this short series of exploring trauma informed ways of being, we are being invited to think about developing what it is that sits behind was has been termed Trauma Informed Practice (TIP). #1 started us off with sitting in a place of love and curiosity, not fear...

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Trauma Informed Ways of Being #3

Trauma Informed Ways of Being #3

In this short series of exploring trauma informed ways of being, we are being invited to think about developing what it is that sits behind was has been termed Trauma Informed Practice (TIP). #3

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Trauma Informed Ways of Being #2

Trauma Informed Ways of Being #2

In this short series of exploring trauma informed ways of being, we are being invited to think about developing what it is that sits behind was has been termed Trauma Informed Practice (TIP). #1 started us off with sitting in a place of love and curiosity, not fear...

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Trauma Informed Ways of Being #1

Trauma Informed Ways of Being #1

This is the first of a series of short blog posts that will be shared over the coming weeks that help us to reflect and think about trauma informed ways of being that sit behind the practice. This is to support us in thinking more deeply beyond the buzz word and the...

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Trauma Informed Practice; How Do We Walk the Talk?

Trauma Informed Practice; How Do We Walk the Talk?

There is no doubt that the notion of becoming Trauma Informed has become a buzz word.  That popularity leaves what should be a transformative exercise at risk of becoming a tick box exercise, to be completed as swiftly and financially efficiently as possible....

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Safeguarding for an Independent Professional Trainer

Safeguarding for an Independent Professional Trainer

As a professional Trainer and speaker working across and within many organisations, services and schools throughout the UK that serve children, young people and their families, I take safeguarding very seriously. However, in my experience, my safeguarding duties to...

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Trauma Informed Practices 2021. Where next?

Trauma Informed Practices 2021. Where next?

Alongside many colleagues, I have been at the heart of what continues to be an integration into all sectors, a level of understanding about the impact of trauma and what we can do about it. I have been doing this particular piece of work using this particular language...

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Highlights of 2020

Highlights of 2020

I awoke on Boxing Day and it hit me; this time of year, usually signifying endings and beginnings was in fact very much a 'middle.' Loss washed over me, drowning my soul in profound sentences that were shaped by the emotions of shame, isolation (shame's best friend)...

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PART TWO Why Is The Conversation About ACEs So Challenging?

PART TWO Why Is The Conversation About ACEs So Challenging?

Why has the ACES research prompted a public moment and an angry debate all at once when so many other frames such as attachment, trauma, adversity, poverty, haven't? Listen in to Part One here or if you prefer, you can watch here. Join me in conversation AGAIN with Dr...

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