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Pre-conference program Nr.2
Complex trauma informed practice

With Graham Pringle (Australia)

Dates and time: 17.06. - 18.06.

Location: Sigulda (location will be specified)

Price: 25 Eur for 1 session; buy 1-4 tickets for as many sessions as you plan to come. 100 Eur for the whole training.

Unlock the power to engage challenging youth with our 'Complex Trauma Informed Practice' training.

Our training breathes life into the latest complex trauma theories, based on eight years of Australian research. The groundbreaking theory and practice framework provide invaluable guidance for connecting with complex youth.

Recognising the inherent chaos of the work, we offer straightforward, dependable, and proven concepts adaptable to any profession and workplace.

This framework has been extensively tested in diverse settings, from youth detention to mainstream and alternative education, including services for young people with autism. Its success lies in its intra-disciplinary approach, easily customisable to fit your practice.

Prepare to challenge assumptions as we guide you through a transformative experience. Participants leave with newfound confidence, ready to implement positive changes in their practices.

Our framework's credibility is underscored by its presentation at national and international conferences, and is validated by Australian research. The research aim was to keep concepts accessible, offering a practical and targeted approach applicable across various disciplinary practices.

Over 1000 professionals have been already trained on the trial version, now updated and finalised. Some education centres, youth services and NDIS practices have adopted this as a whole of service pedagogy.

Don't miss this opportunity to enhance your skills and make a lasting impact on challenging young individuals. Register now for the 'Complex Trauma Informed Practice' training and elevate your professional journey.

Choose from our consecutive half-day sessions


Session One : Complex Trauma Theory

Session Two: Complex Trauma Informed Practice Framework

Session Three: Trauma Informed Extension Topics

Session Four: Practical Workshops

Graham Pringle -

The School of Outdoor Therapeutic Practice

Graham Pringle is a Director of Youth Flourish Outdoors, the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation, and the School of Outdoor Therapeutic Practice.

His doctorate investigated the healing of complex trauma through outdoor adventure experiences. His business, The EMU Files, helps organisations to become complex trauma informed and to create holistic healing experiences.

With experience in Residential and Foster Care, Outdoor Education, Adventure Based Youth Work and Adult Training, Graham enjoys training adults and designing programs that stop young people from acquiring mental health diagnoses. Having worked outdoors with young people since 1985 he has also studied widely and holds a Masters of Arts (Outdoor Education), Graduate Diploma in Social Science (Psychology) and a Graduate Diploma in Education, and is currently completing a Diploma of Child, Youth and Family Intervention.  Graham is a Friend of the Outdoor Therapy Centre and has published many articles and chapters.

This program is for:

Therapists, Teachers, School Leaders, Clinicians, and everyone who works with young people.


Keep in mind if you plan to participate:

Bring pen or pencil, there is an extensive workbook to take home.

Wear comfortable clothes.

Please ask questions as we present topics.

The training is in English - tell the presenter to slow down or repeat content if needed.

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