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Trauma-informed conference 2024

The significance of trauma-informed practices in various professional domains cannot be understated, especially within the context of mental health and social welfare. Recognising the growing importance of this approach, the Trauma-Informed Conference 2024 aims to provide a comprehensive platform for professionals, researchers, and advocates to delve into the complexities of trauma and explore effective strategies for fostering resilience and healing in individuals affected by trauma.

The conference will be held on Saturday 13th July from 10.30am - 4.30pm at the University of Nottingham.

About the conference

With an emphasis on interdisciplinary collaboration, the conference endeavours to bring together experts from diverse fields, including psychology, social work, education, and healthcare, to facilitate a robust exchange of knowledge and best practices. Through a series of interactive workshops, panel discussions, and keynote presentations, attendees will have the opportunity to deepen their understanding of trauma's multifaceted impacts and explore innovative interventions that promote healing and recovery.

The conference agenda will encompass a wide array of topics, ranging from the neurobiological underpinnings of trauma to the implementation of trauma-informed care in various settings, such as schools, hospitals, and community-based organisations. Participants can expect to gain insights into the latest research findings, practical tools for assessing and addressing trauma, and strategies for creating safe and supportive environments that foster resilience and empowerment.

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