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Complex developmental trauma can be understood as the experience of multiple and/or chronic and prolonged, developmentally adverse traumatic events (including abuse and neglect) in early life. Research shows us that traumatic childhood experiences can have a profound impact on many different areas of functioning (attachment, biological, sensory, physiology, social, emotional and psychological). If we are to best meet the needs of young people and minimise the risk of further trauma, a thorough understanding of developmental trauma and its impact is warranted for anyone working with children who have experienced early adverse trauma. This training will provide an introduction into complex developmental trauma, including a space to reflect on how such knowledge can be used to improve our work with young people.
This morning session offers the experienced DSL an update in statutory guidance and how this affects safeguarding practice. Information about local procedures and the opportunity to reflect on effective practice with other colleagues.Essential Information
Session Aim: Provide those attending with an introduction to the Family Safeguarding Model and MI.
The outcomes are:
• To be familiar with the origins of the Family Safeguarding Model
• Understand the drivers and need for the Family Safeguarding Model to be introduced
• Know about the impact for staff and families
• Be introduced to Motivational Interviewing
• Understand the benefits to engaging with families
Note: This should always be the first training session for anyone on their FS journey
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