A practical guide to psychologically informed environments

Find out why commissioning and delivering a psychologically informed environment has social and economic value and impact. 

This course will teach delegates how to develop a psychologically informed environment. It will explain the 5 key elements, starting with the psychological framework and how this impacts on the other 4 elements; relationships, the environment, staff training and support, and evidence-generating practice.

Who is this course for?

  • Managers and frontline staff from homeless accommodation based, outreach and day centre services
  • Staff from other sectors who have contact with people experiencing complex trauma
  • Health and Social Care Commissioners who wish to implement an innovative approach to supporting people who are experiencing homelessness and complex trauma

What will you learn?

On completion of this course you will:

  • Understand what a Psychologically Informed Environment (PIE) is
  • Find out why making a PIE can work for your service
  • The key ingredients of PIE
  • The value and price of PIE
  • Start your own action plan

Delegates will receive a copy of the presentation and a link to the PIE Toolkit

A consultancy offer of a service review or support with developing an action plan is also available. Please speak to James Cuming - Homeless Link's Training Manager for more information.

Costs (in-house training)

This course can be booked in-house for a team of up to 16

Members: £799
Associate members: £920
Non-members: £1,150

Talk To Us

James Cuming

Training manager

James is our training manager (maternity cover) develops and manages Homeless Link's in-house training programme.

Telephone: 020 7840 4450
Email: james.cuming@homelesslink.org.uk
Twitter: @TrainingHL