Our world-leading framework enables an organisational transformation that will:
– Safeguard employee wellbeing
– Encourage staff retention
– Help create a modern, trauma-informed working environment
Protect your staff against burnout and build a robust support system, starting today.
Improved staff retention
A more resilient workforce
Better relationships between management and staff
An in-depth understanding of diverse needs and accommodations
An attractive prospect for top talent
Enhanced awareness of trauma-symptoms and how to engage with traumatised people, leading to better outcomes for staff and clients
All of which contributes to an environment with fewer unscheduled sick days taken and an increased sense of wellbeing and agency amongst employees
Using several key thematic areas and three stages of change, NAPAC can work with you to implement a robust, tailored framework, ensuring that your company takes a trauma-informed approach that will benefit both productivity and wellbeing.
With widespread staff training and a forward-thinking approach to safeguarding, collaboration and trauma-informed practice, you will have all the tools you need to safeguard the wellbeing of your employees and create an inclusive, happier workplace.
We can work to your timeframe, but stage one of a typical project implementation is completed in less than three months.
Every organisation will be at a different stage of their trauma-informed journey, so every project is unique.
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Police forces, solicitors, private companies and IAPT departments from across the UK. Every year we train hundreds of professionals in trauma-informed approaches.
In short, because the majority of your employees and clients will have been affected by trauma.
Trauma has become part of our everyday experience and language. As well as personal challenges, we have all faced adversity, from Covid-19 to the increasing economic hardship of the last five years.
In Axa’s 2022 survey of workplace mental health across 11 countries, the UK was found to have the largest proportion of employees struggling with mental health issues. 21% were in a state of ‘emotional distress’ and 26% had an ‘absence of positive wellbeing’.
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