About this Event

This training is designed to support whole school implementation of trauma informed and mentally healthy practices into schools and organisations in an Irish context. The session will ensure that delegates will have the knowledge, skills and understanding to optimise the wellbeing of both adults and pupils in their school and support this crucial cultural change.

This training is supported by over 1000 evidence-based research studies, is designed to empower school staff to understand the needs of all children and teenagers, including those who have suffered a trauma or have a mental health issue. Delegates will also learn what happens in Trauma and Mental Health Informed schools in terms of key relational approaches and interventions to positively impact the whole school culture.

This event is suitable for principals, teachers, special needs assistants and all professionals working to support the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people in Irish schools and communities.

Hosts: Christine Davies, Head of Training, TISUK East, Annie Chappell, Therapeutic Counsellor & TISUK trainer & Siobhan Garrett, Therapeutic Education Consultant & TISUK Trainer.

Overview of Course Content

• The neuroscience and psychology of child and adolescent mental health and mental ill-health: what all staff need to know

• Model One: ACE (Adverse Childhood Experience) study and Protective Factors in schools that change children’s lives.

• Model Two: Professor Jaak Panksepp’s model of mental health, mental ill-health and theory of change

• Model Three: PROTECT/RELATE/REGULATE/ REFLECT and how this informs school policy, procedures and school culture and ethos

• The role of emotionally available adults in schools: Benefit to staff and students

• ‘I wish my teacher knew’ They want to tell us. Are we ready to hear?

• Key skills in responding to and understanding challenging and/or trauma triggered behaviour.

Ticket Cost €27.55

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Our Associates Action Trauma are delighted to announce the launch of its Virtual Intergenerational Trauma Conference, bringing together over 3,500 delegates on 19th and 20th January 2021.

This important international event brings together world-leading authorities and experts in the field of intergenerational trauma and trauma recovery.  Understand and be aware of the many factors surrounding intergenerational trauma and look deeper into inherited behaviours and epigenetics.  As trauma is passed down from generation to generation, the impact it has on the expression of our genes can be hugely significant.  This new field of study uncovers the roots of pain so that present generations may be healed and future generations might not be impacted. 

Delivering a full schedule of dynamic thought leaders and experts in the field of trauma over 2 days, delegates will gain the knowledge and skills to make a difference to people within your community, classroom and their own professional practice and development.

During the two days you will have the opportunity to:

  • Network with over 3,000 professionals from around the world on a digital platform
  • Learn from World-Leading experts
  • Take part in live Q & A Sessions   
  • Take part in breathing and mindfulness exercises
  • Observe panel discussions with leading experts.
  • Networking opportunities
  • CPD accreditation 

We are delighted to have international speakers such as Stephen Porges, Rachel Yehuda, Dr Felicity De Zulueta and Kenneth V Hardy along with so many other experts in the field of intergenerational trauma. Please see attached schedule below of all speakers and content over the two days. You can view full details of the event, including booking, on our brand new website: www.inheritedtrauma.org Book now and don’t miss out on this unique event. Tickets are priced at £98 for both days and each delegate will receive a CPD accredited certificate.

For Full details of conference Click on the link below

Intergenerational-Trauma-Conference-2021-Schedule

“Together TV is glad to announce that on Sunday 14th June at 8 pm, we will air groundbreaking documentary Resilience;  The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope, a UK premiere. Sky channel 170, Freeview 88, Virgin Media 269, Freesat 164.“Whilst society often portrays childhood as a time of hapiness and innocence, the sad reality for many children is that this is simply not true. In general, we assume that children are resilient and tough; we expect that they won’t clearly remember upsetting events from their earliest years in their later ones. However, will the mind may forget, this clever documentary highlights that the body still remembers. Resilience reveals how toxic stress in pre-teens can trigger hormones that can wreak havoc on their brains and bodies.” Well worth a watch!

 

Irish attachment in Action alongside TUSLA and IFCA were intrumental in bringing Resilience Screenings across Ireland and starting great conversations with many different people and organisations. Dartmouth Films  Offer “To mark Children’s Mental Health Week (03–09 February 2020) and National Storytelling Week (01–08 February 2020), we’re highlighting three vital films to add to your arsenal of ACE-awareness and trauma-informed training resources. We’re offering a 20% discount on new long-term licences booked before 20 February 2020.”

After the fantastic success of last years National Conference in Dublin we are bringing it to Belfast for 2020. We are very excited  and are currently negoiating with the venue and creating a new bespoke style conference. One thing for sure it will be very engaging and exciting for our community of practitioners. Once we have all our speakers and contributors confirmed we will launch the conference brochure. So Keep this Date free to join us.

This two-day conference brings together leading international and local experts to examine in detail how patterns of addictive, anxious or depressive behaviour can pass from generation to generation. It explores how the impact of trauma can be passed from one generation to the next and considers the contribution across the spectrum, from learned behaviours through vicarious andsecondary trauma to transmission at the genetic level. A great opportunity for learning and networking. From our Associates ‘Action Trauma (NI)’.

For More Information and to Book

Intergenerational Trauma & ACEs Explainer Video

Conference Flyer PDF