23/24 Supporting Children and Young People displaced by war and conflicts

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Cross Phase


Diversity and Equality
Education Psychology Service
Emotional and Mental Health
Safeguarding and Child Protection

Event Details

Start Date and Time Tuesday 26 September 9:30 am
End Date and Time Tuesday 26 September 3:30 pm
Kim Jeffries
Dr Amalia Dirnu
Jennifer Heseltine
Location Barnabas Community Church
Parking YesChargable

Event Prices

Subscriber Credit Cost .00
Subscriber Cost .00
PAYG Credit Cost .00
PAYG Cost .00
EYFS Cost .00


Run by the Education Psychology Service.

Nearest car parks – Abbey Foregate SY2 6AH or St Julian’s Friars SY1 1XL (both chargeable)

Refreshments at 9.15am - 9.30am start.


The course gives an understanding of the impact of trauma in the context of conflict and war. It gives advice and learning content on trauma-informed practice, with practical therapeutic skills that can be used to have sensitive and empathetic conversations. It examines coping strategies and how to promote protective factors that facilitate coping. The course concludes with practitioner self-care and managing vicarious trauma, with sign-posting to further resources and literature.



Schools will:


The learning aims are as follows:


-      Understanding trauma

-      Impact of conflict

-      Trauma informed practice and therapeutic skills

-      Supporting coping

-      Self-Care


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