Join us for our conference “Environments for recovery: how schools and other educational settings can respond following critical incidents”
Join us on the 29th of June for an in-person conference sharing research and best practice to support educational communities in providing a comprehensive and compassionate response to potentially traumatic events.
We have developed a set of free resources to help staff in early years settings, schools, alternative provision and colleges to respond to potentially traumatic events.
Childhood trauma impacts the developing brain. We are learning that such changes can profoundly impact a child’s social world, with important implications for their development and mental health. Learn how we can better support young people who have experienced childhood trauma to foster and maintain healthy social relationships.
¹Reference: Lewis, S. J., Arseneault, L., Caspi, A., Fisher, H. L., Matthews, T., Moffitt, T. E., Odgers, C. L., Stahl, D., Teng, J. Y., & Danese, A. (2019). The epidemiology of trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder in a representative cohort of young people in England and Wales. The Lancet Psychiatry, 6(3), 247-256.