Behaviour Change Through Healing

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Behaviour Change Through Healing
Trauma Informed Practice That Works

Attend your next professional development from the comfort of your own home or office!

The two part online series highlights the importance of understanding the role that Chronic Hyperarousal, Traumatic Triggers and the Relational Template play in a traumatised person’s life and how a sequential approach that moves through the emphases of Safety, Healing, and Connection; encourages healing, behavioural change, and a positive life trajectory. The webinars highlight the importance of every role, from teachers, parents and carers, to case managers and non-direct staff in various organisations and care milieu surrounding every child living in the aftermath of trauma.

These workshops are free of academic jargon and gives you the understanding of complex trauma, that is required to make a difference in the lives of so many at risk young people.

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Behaviour Change Through Healing
Trauma Informed Practice That Works

This two part webinar training, is delivered live with our platform capable of fielding you questions to the presenter on the spot, exploring case examples that are current and directly relevant. In attending this workshop, you will be provided clear practical knowledge on the long-term neurobiological impact of childhood trauma and its effects on behaviour, self-perception and emotional regulation later in life. The training is delivered in an understandable way, and is free of academic jargon that rarely yields results when you need it while you’re working.

The series highlights the importance of understanding the role that Chronic Hyperarousal, Traumatic Triggers and the Relational Template play in a traumatised person’s life and how a sequential approach that moves through the emphases of Safety, Healing, and Connection encourage healing, behavioural change, and a positive life trajectory. The webinars highlight the importance of every role, from teachers, parents and carers, to case managers and non-direct staff in various organisations and care milieu surrounding every child living in the aftermath of trauma.

About Knightlamp Psychology 

Knightlamp is Australia’s leading consultancy service for early childhood trauma, and provides many associated services including; Professional Development Training, Consultancy for Schools and Out of Home and Kinship Care agencies, and tailored direct coaching to Carers. Knightlamp also provides direct therapeutic interventions including sessional counselling, trauma informed mental health social workers and psychologists experienced in a range of modalities, with generalist clinics located in Richmond, NSW and Outer East Melbourne, VIC

The Therapeutic Frontline – Implementing Trauma Informed Practice

The next series of training, delivered on April 20 and 22; builds upon this in depth understanding developed during these first webinars.

How does trauma informed practice look in the ‘coal face’? What do you do, What do you say? How to formulate a conversation that will lead to self-understanding and self worth? What environmental factors can be changed to enhance a therapeutic approach? How does theory turn to strategy? 

Again, this series is delivered across two active webinars spanning 3 hours each, and brings the theory learned in series 1, to practice. Staff and carers interact live and suggest current case examples to the facilitator in order to bring the theory to life by making brief formulations, behaviour plans and measurable strategies. This workshop also includes the value of therapeutic conversation and how to structure these in such a way as to facilitate insight, assist reflection and validate self worth as both planned and responsive approaches.

Book now to secure your place at this limited workshop!

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Dates/Time

Option A – Pt 1. April 6th and Pt. 2 April 8th at 9:30am, Option B – Pt 1. April 6th and Pt. 2 April 8th at 1:30pm

Presenter

Stephan is the author of “How To Tuck a Gangster into Bed”. His experience in the field over 30 years ranges from Pentridge Prison, Management of a Youth Remand centre, Youth Mental Health and Child Protection and extensively as a clinician working with children at extreme risk.

Using practical anecdotes, metaphors and humour, he brings theory to life regardless of academic background of the audience.

He is a popular speaker on the subject and has delivered in excess of five hundred seminars, webinars and workshops, for the public, professional sectors and the Royal Commission into Child Sexual Abuse.

FREE Consultation

We offer a package for all organisations booking in 10 or more staff for professional development. You will receive a discount of 10% and a free secondary case consultation valued at $400.

The discount will be added automatically curing checkout, if you require eft payments please contact us on reception@knightlamp.com

Run Times

Workshops will run for 3 hours, with options beginning at 9:30am and 1:30pm to allow for varied schedules.

Part 1 Contents

Part 1 – April 6, 2022
9:30 am or 1:30pm

·       Defining Trauma
·       How is Developmental Trauma Different?
·       Diminished Capacities and Drivers of Crisis
·       Therapeutic Care in Australia: Historical context of what works and what doesn’t
·       The crucial role of carers in therapeutic interventions
·       What is Trauma Informed Practice and How does it facilitate healing?
·       The Neurobiology of Developmental Trauma
·       Hyperarousal and the Arousal Baseline
·       Lowering the arousal Baseline
·       Cognitive compromise and Hyperarousal
·       Emotional capacity and reading expression
·       Questions and Discussion

Part 2 Contents

Part 2 – April 8, 2022
9:30am or 1:30pm

· What is a traumatic Trigger?
· Understanding and Preparing for triggers
· Approach to a triggered or hyper-aroused person
· The role of relationships in triggered states
· Dissociation and grounding
·       Attachment and The Circle of Security
·       Relational Harm and Relational Templates
·       Deservedness and self-worth
·       Familiarity and trauma Re-enactment
·       Why relational ruptures are essential
·       Rupture and Repair
·       Behaviour management
·       Why Rewards and Consequences can be problematic
·       Questions and Discussion

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