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Let’s Talk About Trauma

  • A forum to talk about the impacts of trauma in childhood, what helps, what doesn’t, and the journey to recovery.

    Recent advances in neuroscience have supported a greater depth and breadth in how we now understand trauma, and this has led to cutting-edge therapists changing their practice to embrace these findings with some very promising results.

    You are invited to attend this forum for just £5 and hear about the latest research and practice, and also have the opportunity to have questions answered at the end.

    Speaker: Occupational Therapist Andrea Richards BSc (Hons), PGDip, MSc, HCPC


    What can cause trauma and how it impacts the developing brains of children.
    What it can look like in terms of behaviour.
    What helps with recovery - why movement is the key.
    How can we help increase resilience to trauma?
    Q & A.

    Who is the session suitable for?

    Any parent, carer or professional interested in trauma and stress responses.
    It is also very relevant to parents and carers of children with an ASD diagnosis


    The Encounter Centre
    St. Luke's Hall
    Raglan Road
    BR2 9NN


    If you are booking for more than one person, please adjust the quantity below.

    TO BOOK:
    1. Click / press on your chosen session to select it
    2. Scroll to the bottom of the list and click / press the green 'Book' button
    3. To view your selections, click the cart icon at the top of the page
    4. Click / press on the 'Proceed to Checkout' button
    5. Enter your details, and pay via PayPal

    Once you have booked you will receive a confirmation email.

    OR TO FIND OUT MORE, email Andrea at andrea@encounter.uk.com



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