workshops

Workshops are available on a range of topics and can be adapted to suit your organisational needs. They are interactive and focus on the application of theory and current trauma research to address knowledge gaps.

Workshops can be half-day, full-day, or combined for multiple-day training and are delivered Australia-wide. 

Groups are capped at 20 participants to allow for an intimate and safe learning environment.

The impact of trauma from a biopsychosocial perspective

Explores the impact of single and developmental trauma on the brain, the body, relationships, and identity. Reviews findings from research and incorporates these with learnings from attachment theory and modern neuroscience.


This workshop can be a half day or full day workshop. 

Trauma Informed Practice: The impact of trauma on systems & organisations

Explores the impact of stress and trauma on organisations and systems. Examines ways to mitigate these effects through Trauma Informed Practice to enhance organisational wellbeing and client outcomes.


This workshop requires participants to have completed “The impact of trauma from a biopsychosocial perspective”.

Responding to trauma based behaviours

Explores how to respond therapeutically to challenging behaviours in children and adults who have experienced childhood trauma. This workshop moves beyond consequence-based models to more contemporary approaches that address behaviours at their root cause. It provides a practical application of neuroscience, attachment theory, and best practice clinical interventions that can be used in any setting.


This workshop requires participants to have completed “The impact of trauma from a biopsychosocial perspective”.

Self-care on steroids: Moving from vicarious trauma to vicarious growth

  

Working in a workplaces where we are exposed to direct and indirect trauma requires resilience. When we have what we need, we do not only reduce the risk of vicarious trauma, but we experience vicarious growth. That is, we are aware of the privileged role we have in our workplace and become better people as a result. Using specialised techniques such as emotional regulation and positive psychology approaches this workshop builds resilience to buffer staff against trauma.


  This is a half day workshop that works best when paired with “The impact of trauma from a biopsychosocial perspective” or “Trauma Informed Practice: The impact of trauma on systems and organisations”.