Webinar Series

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Complimentary Webinars

Join us each month for our lunchtime events to listen and discuss a number of relevant and engaging topics to support you in your work. and to meet Team TICS.


THE TICS TEAM

Vicarious Trauma



Working in professions that involve supporting individuals who have experienced trauma can take a toll on our mental health. Learn more about:


* Vicarious trauma

* Valuable strategies

* How organisations can reduce vicarious trauma










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Supervision in Education



There is increasing acknowledgment and awareness that staff working in education settings would benefit from access to good quality reflective supervision. Learn more about:

* Clinical supervision

* Why it is essential

* How it transforms school cultures











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Language and Communication Difficulties in SEMH


We will reflect on typical language development and think about why and how developmental trauma has a significant impact on language development. How language difficulties create ruptures in social and functional communication and how as professionals and educators we can adapt to create safe and enriching language and communication environments for children and young people. Learn more about:

* how typical language development is impacted by trauma
* ways to support language needs of children and YP in classroom and therapy sessions
* non verbal strategies to support emotional regulation



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Introduction to Trauma Therapies

A gentle introduction to trauma therapies including EMDR you will learn: 


* Nice guidance related therapies for trauma
* you will consider the relational context to benefit from these and 
* you will leave with at least one technique to help soothe and recover from trauma











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The Benefits of Forest School for Children with SEMH Needs

Forest School is a concept first established in Denmark . Fundamentally, a child-led, investigative learning approach which supports play, exploration and supported risk-taking to develop confidence and self-esteem through hands-on experiences in a natural setting. Learn more about:

* the benefits for children with an EHCP for SEMH, with many having diagnoses of Autism, ADHD or other neurodivergencies and all had been excluded, or at risk of exclusion, from their previous, mainstream primary schools
* how being outside helped those children flourish
* how confidence and resilience was built in the pupils as well as allowing opportunities for feelings to be explored in a safe way.

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Supporting Care Experienced People

We will reflect on how professionals working with care experienced people can support their aspirations in the context of prior trauma. Learn more about:

* Negotiating the precipice of adulthood and navigating children’s services, leaving care teams, housing services and adult services
* How to maintain, communicate and support high aspirations for care experienced young people, even in times of crisis
* How to support education, employment and training opportunities for care experienced young people
* The transformational opportunities that kindness in practice offers to care experienced young people

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Trauma Informed Leadership

An introduction to leading people, systems and services in ways which ensure strength, consistency, productivity and creativity within a framework of psychological safety and trust. Learn about:

* Growing individual and organisational strength through a trauma informed practice model
* Nurturing co-production and collaboration – leading from the centre of an organisational community
* Reducing the risks of burnout and compassion fatigue through highlighting compassion satisfaction



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Language That Harms or Language That Heals

The historical and contemporary relationship between professional language and the problematisation of those who find themselves in contact with services has become more and more highlighted. The connection between language and the stigmatisation of groups  already marginalisation is clear. Learn more about:

* how language stigmatises
* how practices can be adopted to ensure that professional stigmatisation is reduced
* how written case notes can be dynamic



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The Curious Art of PACE

Nurturing relationships and connections with children and young people, through being playful, accepting, curious and empathetic practice. Learn more about: 

* the basics of the PACE model, a development approach derived from Dr Dan Hughes.
* gain insight through practice examples, into how this model can support you create more safe, trusting and satisfying relationships with the children and young people you support.
* learn from and with other professionals and colleagues.



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