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Trauma Informed Organisation in Practice: Interviews with Scottish Leaders

NES Transforming Psychological Trauma Informed Leaders Video Series

First up in our Transforming Psychological Trauma Informed Leaders Video Series, here is Shumela Ahmed from Resilience Learning Partnership talking about the importance of working with experts by experience in developing and delivering trauma informed services.

 

NES Transforming Psychological Trauma Informed Leaders video series: Shumela Ahmed from NES on Vimeo.

 

Second up in the NES Transforming Psychological Trauma Informed Leaders video series, here is Sandie Barton from Rape Crisis Scotland talking about the importance of working with survivors of sexual violence in a trauma informed way. 

Rachel Morley, Consultant Clinical Psychologist for NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde from NES on Vimeo.

 

Third in the NES Transforming Psychological Trauma Informed Leaders video Series, here is Gail Nowek from Education Scotland talking about the trauma informed education in schools

 

Fourth in the NES Transforming Psychological Trauma Informed Leaders video Series, here is Pail Main, former Chief Superintendant for Police Scotland talking about trauma informed policing.

 
Fifth up in the NES Transforming Psychological Trauma Informed Leaders video Series, here is Dan Johnson from Kibble Education and Care Centre talking about informed, secure care for children and young people.

 
Last in the NES Transforming Psychological Trauma Informed Leaders video Series, here is Rachel Morley from NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde talking about the importance of trauma informed practice with refugees and asylum seekers.