ACEs and Trauma Training in Wythenshawe
Thrive Manchester (alongside partners) are offering a free training session for staff and volunteers working in Wythenshawe who want to learn more about trauma-informed practice.
The training event, which seeks to raise awareness of the impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and Trauma across Wythenshawe and position the neighbourhood as a more trauma-informed and trauma-responsive place, takes place on Friday 8th December.
Please read on for the details from the flyer below.
What We Will Cover Together:
- Why do protective factors offer us hope?
- How protective factors impact childhood adversity What trauma is, and what trauma isn’t
- Understanding a person’s physical and emotional response to trauma.
- How do we become trauma-informed in our practices
Why This is Important To Us
As a professional community in our Neighbourhood, we can integrate these protective factors into what we do.
To be a Trauma-Informed & Trauma Responsive Neighbourhood, defined & refined by people who live, work & play across neighbourhoods.
Date: Friday 8th December 2023
Time: 9:30am – 12.30pm
Location: Benchill Community Centre, Benchill Road, Wythenshawe, M22 8EJ
To book your place, please use this link:
To tell us about accessibility needs, please contact Dave Nuttall — email@example.com
Please note: These training sessions are open to staff and volunteers, but places for Wythenshawe residents will be prioritised.