The Sparks training project offers half and full day training sessions to our own staff and to professionals working with young people.
- Peer-on-Peer Sexual Exploitation,
- Working with Disengaged Young People,
- Resolving Traumatic Memories,
- Skills to Engage Young People with Learning differences,
- Recovering from Attachment Disorders,
- How Pornography impacts the Teenage Brain.
- Tackling the concept of Criminal Stereotypes and Prejudice
- A Strategy for Detached Working
- Cannabis and Mental Health
Our next workshop will be 'Tackling the Effects of Anti-social Behaviour: A Trauma-informed Approach'
Thursday 21st June 9:30 am-2.30 pm
Are you working with young people who are struggling with emotional resilience? It is very possible that there is a traumatic event in their past, maybe bullying, divorce, abortion, or an accident they have been involved in.
The Rewind technique is a safe, simple method that protects the young person from having to share the details. In just a one hour session with someone they trust, the memory can be de-traumatised and they will feel more at ease.
Jo Ham, an experienced counsellor and psychotherapist will take you through creative techniques that will enable you to help young people experiencing trauma to cope with their past experiences.
This training day is ideal for anyone who wishes to help young people cope with past trauma- therapists, youth workers, social workers, school staff, GPs, and many more.
Places on this training day are limited so please contact firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible to guarantee your place!
Book by 8th June to guarantee your £75 early rate/ £85 when booked after the 8th June