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Scottish National Trauma Training Video Series

Dr Sandra Ferguson, Lead for the National Trauma Training Programme at NHS Education for Scotland (NES) and Consultant Clinical Psychologist introduces the programme, and talks about some of the resources that NES has developed to support and sustain a trauma informed and responsive workforce in Scotland.

Sandra Ferguson - Leading the National Trauma Training Programme (Subtitles) from NES on Vimeo.

Sandra Ferguson - Leading the National Trauma Training Programme (No Subtitles) from NES on Vimeo.


 

Jennie Young, Principal Educator at NHS Education for Scotland and Nurse Psychotherapist talks about the ways that the experience of psychological trauma can affect our emotional “window of tolerance”, and what we can do to create environments that support a person to stay in their optimal “green zone”.

Jennie Young, Principal Educator at NHS Education for Scotland and Nurse Psychotherapist (With Subtitles) from NES on Vimeo.

Jennie Young - The impact of psychological trauma on our window of tolerance (No Subtitles) from NES on Vimeo


 

Jennie Young, Principal Educator at NHS Education for Scotland and Nurse Psychotherapist talks about what we mean by an organisation’s “window of tolerance”, the ways that trauma and adversity experienced by an organisation can broadly affect how it operates as a system, and some approaches that leaders can consider using to keep or bring their organisations into the optimal “green zone”.

Jennie Young, Principal Educator at NHS Education for Scotland and Nurse Psychotherapist (With Subtitles) from NES on Vimeo.

Jennie Young - The Window of tolerance of organisations, services and systems (No Subtitles) from NES on Vimeo


 

Dr Nina Koruth, Principal Educator at NHS Education for Scotland and Consultant Clinical Psychologist discusses the impact of trauma on children and young people, and the approaches we can all take to support them to recover.

Nina Koruth - Supporting children and young people to recover from the effects of psychological trauma (With Subtitles) from NES on Vimeo.

Dr Nina Koruth - Supporting children and young people to recover from the effects of psychological trauma (No Subtitles) from NES on Vimeo


 

Dr Caroline Bruce Principal Educator at NHS Education for Scotland, Clinical Psychologist and Honorary Senior Lecturer highlights the psychological effects of traumatic experiences such as childhood sexual abuse and domestic abuse, and the impact these can have on the accounts that witnesses are able to give, and their perceived credibility in the criminal justice process.

Psychological Trauma and Justice 1_ The impact of psychological trauma on the perceived credibility of a witness (Subtitles) from NES on Vimeo.

 Dr Caroline Bruce - Psychological Trauma and Justice (No Subtitles) from NES on Vimeo

 

Dr Caroline Bruce Principal Educator at NHS Education for Scotland, Clinical Psychologist and Honorary Senior Lecturer offers a definition and explanation of re-traumatisation within the criminal justice context, and some examples of where explicitly trauma informed practice can help prevent it.  

Psychological Trauma and Justice Re-traumatisation of witnesses in the criminal justice process, and how to avoid it (Subtitles) from NES on Vimeo.

Dr Caroline Bruce Principal Educator at NHS Education for Scotland (No Subtitles) from NES on Vimeo.

 

Dr Caroline Bruce Principal Educator at NHS Education for Scotland, Clinical Psychologist and Honorary Senior Lecturer highlights the ways that witnessing or experiencing traumatic events can affect a person’s “window of tolerance”, and that using trauma informed practice to help a witness stay within their window of tolerance can also support them to give evidence most effectively.  

 

Applying trauma informed principles to support witnesses to stay within their window of tolerance (Subtitles) from NES on Vimeo.

Psychological Trauma and Justice 3_ Applying trauma informed principles to support witnesses to stay within their window of tole (No Subtitles) from NES on Vimeo.