Shame can often be at the root of disruptive behaviours and by understanding how to recognise and safely work with shame it is possible to transform how you support the groups and individuals you work with.
This training provides a grounding in Shame Resilience Theory and its application in facilitating a Shame Informed approach, including the use of specific creative techniques to support shame to be expressed safely.
Development of the training
Drawing on 19 years of learning and practice, this training developed out of our group prison programme RESTORE where we witnessed how the unrecognised roots of shame are often enmeshed with pain and trauma.
Following research on the efficacy and impact of RESTORE in 2018 we implemented a Shame Informed approach across all areas of our own work. This approach has significantly impacted our work with groups and individuals.
Who is this training for?
We offer this training to anyone interested in transforming their own practice. A Shame Informed approach builds on and complements the practice of anyone working with trauma informed practices. This training would be suitable for anyone working with individuals and groups in such fields as Criminal Justice, Conflict Resolution, Restorative Justice, Restorative Peace Building, Social Care, Health Care, Mental Health and Well Being, Community Arts and Social Justice.
Licensing for organisations
If you would like to embed this training within your organisation and would like access for multiple people, then please contact Rachel at email@example.com to discuss licensing options.