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Scottish Trauma Informed Leaders Training (STILT)

The NES Scottish Trauma Informed Leaders Training (STILT) training programme was created in recognition that trauma informed and responsive practice can only happen in the context of trauma informed and responsive environments, policies, systems and organisations.  STILT was designed to support leaders of organisations to develop trauma informed systems, processes, environments and teams from top down as well as bottom up.

Below you will find some introductory videos from a range of leaders about their experiences of leading and implementing trauma informed approaches in practice.

Specific tools to help move towards a more trauma informed and responsive system are available by completing this short form in order to access:

  • ‘Taking a Trauma Informed Lens to your Organisation’ , which can be used to help you look at each element of your organisation through a trauma informed lens and identify areas for change, and
  • ‘Trauma-Informed practice: A toolkit for Scotland’, ‘This Toolkit has been developed by the Rivers Centre (NHS Lothian’s specialist service for people affected by psychological trauma)and offers examples of a range of Scottish examples of trauma informed service elements, including environments, policies, relationships.

Below you will find some introductory videos from a range of leaders about their experiences of leading and implementing trauma informed approaches in practice.

The current STILT programme for Champions consists of:

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