Staf is delighted to be one of the six partnership organisations taking part in a More Than My Trauma webinar series. 

What is More Than My Trauma?

As a country we have become increasingly aware of the impact of adversity and trauma on our children, young people and families.

Adversity and trauma can deeply affect individuals, families, groups and communities, lessening life chances and losing the vital contributions from everyone that we need to thrive as a nation.

We believe that everyone can recover from adversity and trauma with the right support and a focus on strengths and capabilities.

That’s why we’re delighted that Scotland will host this unique webinar series – More Than My Trauma is an opportunity to bring everyone with an understanding of adversity together to explore how we promote and support recovery from trauma.

This exciting series of 6 webinars will drive enduring organisational change in Scotland towards the development of truly trauma-responsive services for our children and young people.

What will happen in the webinar series?

Booking will give you access to all six More Than My Trauma sessions.

Each of our first five is led by a different Scottish organisation, focusing on a select area of their expertise.

Dr Bruce Perry will join us for the final session, exploring a topic chosen by you.

Thursday 27 May, 1.30-3pm: Lessons learned from implementing a large-scale, trauma-informed 5-year project. Led by Clackmannanshire Council.

Thursday 24 June, 1.30-3pm: Reflective practice in trauma-informed care. Led by Kibble.

Thursday 29 July, 1.30-3pm: Play, love and relationships. Led by Seamab.

Thursday 26 August, 1.30-3pm: How our trauma journey has influenced participation, policy and partnership. Led by Staf.

Thursday 30 September, 1.30-3pm: Moving from trauma-informed to creating safe, healing, nurturing environments. Led by Aberlour.

Thursday 28 October, 2-4pm: Dr Bruce Perry - you'll have the opportunity to shape what Dr Perry explores in this session.

We are delighted that Dr Bruce Perry is participating. He is recognised across the world as a leading expert on trauma and supporting recovery.

The webinars will also focus on how to develop and implement trauma informed leadership through trust, compassion and positive relationships. By promoting an understanding of the uniqueness of individual qualities and experiences of colleagues, managers and senior leaders, delegates will learn how to be trauma informed leaders within their own teams, organisations and sectors.

We are also developing ways to ensure the meaningful participation of children and young people at the conference, including using the latest technology to make the conference as inclusive as possible.

Who is hosting the webinar?

The conference is being delivered by a partnership of organisations with direct experience of strengthening workforce understanding of adversity and supporting children, young people and families to recover from trauma.

Alongside Staf the partnership includes: Children in ScotlandKibble, Clackmannanshire Educational Psychology Service, Aberlour and Seamab.

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