A Practical Guide to Psychologically Informed Environments
This course will teach delegates how to develop a psychologically informed environment. It will explain the 5 key elements, starting with the psychological framework and how this impacts on the other 4 elements; relationships, the environment, staff training and support, and evidence-generating practice.
Who is this course for?
· Managers and frontline staff from homeless accommodation based, outreach and day centre services
· Staff from other sectors who have contact with people experiencing complex trauma
· Health and Social Care Commissioners who wish to implement an innovative approach to supporting people who are experiencing homelessness and complex trauma
On completion of this course you will:
· Understand what a Psychologically Informed Environment (PIE) is
· Find out why making a PIE can work for your service
· The key ingredients of PIE
· The value and price of PIE
· Start your own action plan
Delegates will receive a copy of the presentation and a link to the PIE Toolkit
Delivered by Homless Link
This course is FREE to attend: Lunch is provided.