BEHAVIOUR MANAGEMENT AND TRAUMA INFORMED PRACTICE

Trauma Informed Practice has the potential to enhance a whole school approach to wellbeing, positive behaviour, and strong relationships. As a CRT how can we include some of this theory in our ‘temporary relationships’ with students?

What happens to the developing brain when it can’t cope with stress?
How do we define overwhelming stress and trauma?
What would be a good “relational model” of behaviour management to minimize trauma that might work for CRT’s.

The first part of this workshop will explore behaviour management for CRT’s and the impact it may have on students with a trauma background.  The second part will examine what is Trauma Informed Practice and how by taking this approach we can improve the well-being of young people as CRT’s.

Author: David Vinegrad

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