Do you work with anyone that has experienced abuse or
neglect in childhood? Enhance your skills and gain a deeper understanding of
the impacts of childhood abuse and how to apply trauma-informed practice.

Why train with NAPAC?

Our training modules are built from live feedback provided to us by our
experienced call handlers on the support line, so they’re reflective of the
current landscape for survivors and the real-life challenges that
professionals will encounter


With over twenty years’ experience, we are experts in our field – advising
government departments, public health organisations and large
corporations in supporting disclosure of childhood abuse


Last year we trained over 850 professionals, including counsellors,
teachers, psychotherapists, police officers and social workers

More about NAPAC’s training

We offer a range of options for organisations and individuals who support or work with survivors. We have successfully trained NHS staff including IAPT services staff such as PWPs (psychological wellbeing practitioners) and HITs (high intensity therapists), health and social care organisations, police forces, council staff, safeguarding teams, and educational and religious institutions and have received excellent feedback from these groups.

Our training courses are aimed at anyone wanting to gain a deeper understanding of the impacts of child abuse and neglect in adulthood and how to apply trauma-informed practice to effectively support and work with adult survivors.

Our SASCA course is accredited by the British Psychological Society and the Royal College of Nursing