Trauma Informed Practice To see dates for Trauma Informed Program go here. Trauma Informed Practice is an introduction to trauma and working with people impacted by trauma. it is a deep dive into reflecting on your professional practice around trauma. Overview The course will help participants understand the impact of trauma across the lifespan and that each person’s response to trauma is unique. Day 1 will cover types of traumatic events, the neurobiology of trauma, and possible reactions in the short and long term. Day 2 will embed this knowledge in practice and consider the impact of childhood trauma; intergenerational trauma; trauma in the context of culture; and vicarious trauma as these emerge in client stories. Key learning outcomes • Understand the prevalence, types and neurobiology of trauma.• Understand and recognise the impacts of trauma.• Identify the principles of trauma informed practice to ensure working with clients addresses safety, connection, emotional regulation and coping skills.• Develop an awareness of the risks of vicarious trauma and the approaches to mitigate this. Resources• Comprehensive participant manual with references for further reading.• Participants will leave with a toolbox of practical resources. Download TIP Flyer: Trauma Informed Practice Flyer Face to face: 2 full days Min: 12 Max: 25 $495 (including GST) Public trainings: Nurturing, comfortable and convenient venues. Tea, coffee and catered morning tea and afternoon tea is included. To see dates for Trauma Informed Program go here. To see all of our community training course dates go to our Upcoming Training. For further information please email [email protected] or phone 1300 003 313. Lifeline Tasmania - working for a resilient and suicide free Tasmania.