The BPS Division of Forensic Psychology in Northern Ireland host regular meetings for local forensic practitioners and researchers.
These meet-ups provide a forum for colleagues working with people who have committed offences and related services.
The aim of this meeting is to share our understanding and to promote trauma informed practice through:
- Peer support
- Sharing ideas and experience
- Promoting trauma informed approaches
This meetup’s speakers will be looking at:
- When words don’t work - neurobiologically-informed approaches to trauma treatment, Clare Byrne, Belfast Trust Forensic Learning Disability Service
- Scotland’s strategy for transforming psychological trauma, Kirsten McFarland and Gillian Goldthorp, Probation Board for Northern Ireland
Who is FIT for?
This event will be of interest to forensic psychologists and other health or criminal justice workers and academics working within the area.
How might a trauma informed approach be relevant?
- Incorporating trauma into formulations of risk and desistance
- Building understanding of trauma into needs assessment, treatment planning, case management and service planning
- Incorporating staff trauma and wellbeing into approaches
- Gathering information about needs within specific populations, to support better planning and service delivery
- Open UniversityBelfast Campus110 Victoria StreetBelfastBT1 3GN
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