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You are faced with “challenging behaviour”. When undertaking a trauma informed approach, what is the instinctive reaction Dr Suzanne Zeedyk thinks we need to adopt?
An incident has taken place in your setting involving a young person who has broken the rules. What instinctive response does Dave Whitaker recommend you take?
“The best way to work with children who have or present with challenging behavior, is to actually start to really, really love them”
Dave Whitaker’s work around trauma informed, and trauma aware, practice is underpinned by the thinking of an American psychologist, Carl Rogers.
What is the name of the technique used in Rogers’ person-centered therapy?
Applying trauma Informed approaches in practice – according to Dr Debra Kidd, what should sit as “the beating heart of the curriculum”?
So, trauma informed practice – does it help deliver good outcomes academically? How did Pitteuchar East Primary School perform against its Stretch targets for literacy and numeracy?
Portobello High Headteacher, Ruth McKay, argues that trauma informed practice helps raise attainment…
Clydebank High Depute Head Teacher, Wendy McInally, described the journey from a punitive school to a nurturing one. Delivered alongside the Council’s Educational Psychology Team, staff were trained on a ‘whole-school nurturing approach’. How was this training rolled out?