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Videos

With increased workloads and limited time our ‘bite size’ videos will give you access to the knowledge you need, quickly.

Invisible Back Pack

The aim of this learning opportunity is to try and have a trauma-informed approach in regards to the wider world of the young person and understand the baggage that they can carry around on their shoulders. This can take the form of a trauma approach in regards to adversity experienced or it can be the baggage they are experiencing during periods of lockdown and isolation.

The impact of bereavement on autistic children and young people

The aim of this training opportunity is to shed some light on how bereavement is understood and may be responded to by children and young people on the autistic spectrum and the impact it can have upon them. The session is informed by research with autistic people and information developed by organisations such as the National Autistic Society.

Supporting young children (0-5) who have been bereaved

This session looks at the development of young children’s understanding of death, how they may respond to a bereavement and touch upon some ways in which a bereaved young child can be supported.

Joy Samuels 1: Bereavement and Covid-19

Dr. Joy Samuels talks about loss of the assumptive world and a coronavirus anxiety scale assessment tool.

Joy Samuels 2: Supporting Bereaved Children and Young People

Dr. Joy Samuels discusses real time experiences and how self-care is separate from clients.

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