Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) and Trauma Practice Workshop (Thurrock location)

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Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) and Trauma Practice Workshop (Thurrock location)

StreetGames in collaboration with Manchester City Council’s Health & Care Commissioning Team have a tailored an Adverse Childhood Experiences & Trauma Informed Practice workshop for sport, looking how widening our understanding of four key areas that can support young people in achieving more positive outcomes using the power of sport. The workshop explores Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) & the short & longer term impact on Young People’s health. The stress response & impact ACEs have on the body. Our role in using sport to build resilience and starting to think about how to build a ‘Trauma Informed approach’ in sport. Based on the latest research of health & wellbeing, this workshop will give learners a foundation of what is going on in a young person's body, the short and longer term impact this has on behaviour and how we can make small changes by being Trauma informed to achieve better life outcomes for young people.

This event is invitation only which you will receive via a member of the Active Essex Foundation team

To book onto the workshop follow the link here

Using the postcode on Google maps leads you to half-way down Buckles Lane. Follow Buckles Lane to the end of the road, at the electronic gate press the call button once and wait for answer. On access, follow driveway down to the car park. Please report to reception on arrival.

Date and Time

7 June 2024 10:00 - 14:30


Grangewaters Outdoor Education Centre, Buckles Lane, South Ockendon, Essex, RM15 6RS