Blended Learning Course – INTEGRATION


Integration is the second in a series around Trauma Informed Practice. Integration is the second stage of the Trauma Recovery process. Many young people who experience trauma are referred for treatment services or struggle in settings like school as a result of challenging behaviours, out of control emotions, and impulsive or disorganised physicality. Underlying these challenges is often a difficulty with regulation – of feelings, of thoughts, and physical experience. This treatment seeks to cultivate youth awareness of and skills in identifying, understanding, tolerating, and managing internal expertise. Regulation and Integration are addressed through:

  1. Supporting youth in developing an appreciation and understanding of feelings, body states, and associated thoughts and behaviours;
  2. Helping youth develop an increased capacity to tolerate and manage physiological and emotional experience; and
  3. Enhancing tolerance for and skill in building a relational connection.


Again this model will be preloaded with a contemporary literature review to consider what modern research suggests is best practice when working with Regulation and Integration

The framework includes a live workshop where we focus on bringing the theoretical knowledge gained through the e-learning to life and embed it through action planning and interactive exercises. The six 45 minute e-learning models will focus on:

  • Managing Challenging Behaviour
  • Promoting and Building Resilience
  • Culture, Diversity and Identity
  • Effective Life Story Narrative
  • Effective Communication with Children and Young People
  • Secure Base Caregiving
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These sessions can be accessed from a phone or laptop.

They are nothing like e-learning! The training is live and interactive. Participants can ask and answer questions just as they would in face-to-face training.