For Professionals & Volunteers working with Children

2 out of 3 children
have experienced trauma

This can manifest in challenging and harmful behaviours, negatively impacting their community and those around them.

“As part of our continuing commitment to empowering young women in the Midlands and creating a trauma informed society, we now offer Adverse Childhood Experience training to volunteers and professionals working with children.”

Cherished delivered ACE Training to over 2400 people in 2016

A new course has been designed for 2018, specifically for education professionals.

What’s included in the training?

What is trauma?

We'll learn about the ACE study and how it defines Adverse Childhood Experiences

The Impact of Trauma on body, brain and behaviour

Including the neuroscience of trauma and the 4cs - behaviour as a connection

Early Intervention

How early intervention can minimise the negative impact of ACE on a young person into adulthood

Intervention and Effective Support within the classroom

How professionals can support and nurture children with ACEs within a classroom or alternative education environment, including what they do NOT need

Attachment and the traumatised adult/child

The attachment needs of a young person who has experienced childhood trauma and how this manifests within adults

Self-care for Professionals

Dealing with vicarious trauma* and self-care for those working with young people with ACE

Training Information

Course Leader: Hannah Simnett

Hannah is the Founder and CEO of Cherished, an organisation that works with girls in schools across the West Midlands.

Email your questions to:

For Bookings call: 07402 231149

*Please note, this training is not a substitute for professional help.

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