Spotlight on creating gender and trauma informed approaches for women
This event was for London borough officers, commissioners, front-line staff and service managers working in London-based homelessness and women’s sector agencies wanting to network and improve their knowledge about being Trauma Informed and how this approach can support women experiencing homelessness.
1) Beth Hughes and Kirsty Tate, The Nelson Trust Gloucester – Trauma Informed – what difference does it make?
2) Karen Bailey, Kings College London, An integrated approach to addressing trauma and substance use - lessons from the USA
3) Donna Covey, AVA and Sim Mandair, Solace Women’s Aid - Creating Trauma Informed Environments in Refuges, Lessons and Good PracticeTo listen to the audio you can either play it directly from our wesbite or download it as an mp3. To enjoy it on your mobile, please download the soundcloud app: Android or iphone Ownership of copyright in all recordings belongs to Homeless Link. Reproduction and/or distribution is prohibited.
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Innovation and Good Practice Project Manager
Lisa leads the Day Centres Project and our Reboot UK digital inclusion partnerships. She also works with Jane Bancroft on the PLUS project, providing support to homeless agencies across London through a mixture of guidance, training and events.
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