UK Trauma Council Insight Series: Trauma and Adolescence: A Socially Embedded Approach
The UK Trauma Council’s new live webinar series provides expert insights into important trauma-related areas affecting children and young people.
About this webinar
This webinar will introduce the significance of the overlapping neurobiological, psychological and social changes that characterise adolescent development. It will look at the ways in which developmental opportunities can become overwhelming challenges when exacerbated by co-occurring risk factors such as family conflict, parental mental health problems, early traumatic experiences, and bullying. Particular attention will be given to the contribution of relational approaches to minimising the impact of these risks and the need to extend the reach of evidence-based interventions to address the interpersonal trauma experienced by many neurodivergent adolescents.
This series includes:
Thursday 12 October 2023: Traumatic Bereavement in the Early Years (Beck Ferrari)
This training offers an introduction to traumatic bereavement in young children.
Thursday 9 November 2023: Invisible Wounds: PTSD in Children and Young People (David Trickey)
This training offers an introduction to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and complex PTSD in children and young people.
Thursday 18 January 2024 (rescheduled from December): Childhood Trauma, the Brain and the Social World (Prof Eamon McCrory)
This training offers an introduction to how changes in the brain following trauma impact vulnerability to mental health problems, with a focus on the role of social functioning. Please note this session will be recorded for registered attendees only.
Thursday 22 February 2024: Trauma and Adolescents (Dr Roslyn Law)
This training provides an introduction to the significance of the overlapping neurobiological, psychological and social changes that characterise adolescent development.
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