05 Nov 2019

What Works: Creating a Culture of Trauma Responsive Practice in Scotland

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What Works: Creating a Culture of Trauma Responsive Practice in Scotland

We are delighted to host our inaugural one day ?What Works? trauma conference. This historic setting will bring together world-renowned Dr Bruce Perry by high-definition, large scale, live interactive WEBINAR alongside leading researchers, neuroscientists, highly specialist therapists, practitioners and experts by experience to discuss one of the most pervasive public health issues of our time: adverse childhood experiences and childhood trauma.

As the nation awakens to national and international research from seminal and emerging studies on childhood adversity, this conference responds to the urgency to develop a deeper understanding and confidence in ?what works? trauma enhanced approaches to mitigate against the long-term negative impact upon health, wellbeing and social outcomes.

The conference day will create a unique space for speakers to share their insights and expertise to enable delegates to develop a greater understanding of trauma in relation to children and adults from a biopsychosocial perspective, to hear about the latest advances in trauma practice, as well as shining a light on the power of relational and therapeutic approaches to healing hurt and building resilient individuals and communities.

The day will be hosted by Lisa Cherry, a renowned author a leading international speaker, and aimed to be connective and discursive with a dedicated panel discussion to provide further opportunity for interaction and dialogue.

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