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Trauma: Body and the Brain (Module One)

Trauma: Body and the Brain (Module One)

Introductory Level

This training provides foundational knowledge in trauma, focusing on understanding its impacts on the body and brain.

This module is recommended for students, early career professionals and professionals wanting to develop their understanding of trauma.

Delivered by experienced therapeutic practitioners and training specialists, this training uses evidence based and trauma informed practice knowledge to introduce the key concepts of trauma and complex trauma.

As a result of this training, you will be able to:

  • Recognise the effects of trauma and complex trauma
  • Describe The Window of Tolerance
  • Understand trauma through a neuroscience lens
  • Explore effective regulation strategies

Duration: 4 hours across 2 days
Location: Online or face to face

Upcoming dates

  • Thursday 2nd May 2024, 9:30am-2:30pm (in-person) – REGISTER HERE


  • All cancellations must be made in writing and sent to the training team at [email protected]
  • A full refund will be available to cancellations that have been made in writing 48 hours prior to the scheduled training session.
  • Registrations are transferable to a colleague upon request.
  • Sessions may be cancelled and your registration fee refunded if registration numbers do not meet the minimum requirements to proceed.

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