In 2022 Nicola launched an initiative to increase access to training in trauma informed practice by creating a series of online workshops to assist participants in achieving the bronze, silver and gold status of trauma informed practice.
Each workshop comprises of 3 hours of taught content with opportunities to ask questions, engage in practical activities and participate in group discussions. These open access sessions attract practitioners from a range of backgrounds and organisations providing opportunities for networking and sharing of knowledge and experience.
Upon completion of each workshop, participants will be permitted to use the respective status symbol to reflect their commitment to trauma informed practice.
Trauma informed practice for organisational change
Nicola works in collaboration with a range of organisations including businesses, statutory and non-statutory services to design tailored programmes which enable cultural change and establish a framework for a best practice underpinned by the 6 principles of trauma informed practice across the entire organisation.
Members of the White Helmets delivering an educational workshop to children and young people in their local community.
Photograph reproduced with kind permission from the White Helmets.
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Nicola welcomes the opportunity to discuss psychological trauma consultancy, training, supervision and clinical support to organisations and individuals, both in the UK and internationally.