ptsd in children

Working with PTSD in Children

£15.00

PTSD in Children

The Children’s Trauma Academy identify that trauma is a psychologically distressing event outside of the range of ordinary human experiences that creates an intense and prolonged stress response. It is recognised that these incidents are usually outside of the typical human experiences, but sadly, for children in the foster care system, they can be very familiar.

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Working with PTSD in Children

PTSD in Children is something that foster carers and social workers are likely to come into contact with as part of their role. The Children’s Trauma Academy identify that trauma is a psychologically distressing event outside of the range of ordinary human experiences that creates an intense and prolonged stress response. It is recognised that these incidents are usually outside of the typical human experiences, but sadly, for children in the foster care system, they can be very familiar.

This course will explore the signs and symptoms of PTSD which make it different from many of the other trauma-related psychosocial injuries. We examine why PTSD may be going undiagnosed and review the estimated percentages for looked after children.

This e-learning module will give an in depth insight into this topic.

This module is part of a wider suite of blended learning – full details HERE.

Advanced Training

This option is aimed at an audience with prior knowledge of the subject and isn’t suitable for. ¬†Those that are new to the subject would be better with our standard course.

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Zoom Training

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.