The Safeguarding Board for Northern Ireland will host in partnership with Queens University Belfast and Trauma Informed Oregon a seminar event on Trauma Informed Care Physical Environments: A place of physical and psychological safety.
This seminar will take place on:
4 March 2020
Stormont Hotel, Belfast
Keynote Speaker: Suzanne Mooney, Systemic Practice and Family Therapy Programme Director from Queens University Belfast
In 2018, Queens University Belfast published an Evidence Review 'Developing Trauma Informed Practice in Northern Ireland'. Over the course of this seminar Suzanne Mooney, Director and Lecturer from Queens University Belfast will provide an overview of the international research and learning models that underpin creating trauma informed care environments across our services.
Keynote Speaker: Mandy Davis, Director of Trauma Informed Oregon
Trauma Informed Oregon is a statewide collaborative aimed at preventing and ameliorating the impact of adverse experiences on children, adults, and families. During this seminar Mandy Davis, the Director of Trauma Informed Oregon will share some of the exemplar work that has taken place across the state of Oregon within courtrooms, the homelessness sector, education settings, the care sector and many more to demonstrate how a state based approach has enabled a consistency of approach in creating trauma informed physical spaces across services.
This seminar will be an opportunity for us to learn from the evidence base of international models of practice and to provide a space for creative thinking and share some of the developments across our services in Northern Ireland to date.
Please see the seminar invitation attached.
How to register
If you would like to attend this seminar please register the following details by email to Lia.Mckenzie@hscni.net no later than 21 February 2020
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Note: Places are limited for this seminar. Booking is essential