News & Social

Catch up on the latest developments across the 70/30 Campaign.

 

 

The Window of Tolerance

 Dan Seigul first named the Window of Tolerance, as the level of arousal in which a person can function to the best of their ability. When an individual is in this zone they are able to process their surroundings and regulate themselves in a positive way. When we are...

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The First 70/30 Workshop Takes Place in London

The first 70/30 Workshop took place on Friday 7th July at King's Cross, Central London We are so thankful to everybody who came along to the first of our workshops. It was a hugely successful event and we were overwhelmed by the passion, optimism and commitment shown...

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Follow the 70/30 Campaign on Twitter

"Addiction has a root cause—not just addiction to a particular drug—that needs to be addressed and treated. We need to address the trauma that causes addiction in the first place, so having a trauma-informed workforce is key." @AlisonJohnstone

https://t.co/7IRO6JVNIj

As police you recognise that you can make a big difference. #EarlyIntervention creates better outcomes for vulnerable people. We know you can’t do this alone…

Read about how #EarlyActionTogether is transforming policing in Wales https://t.co/dZcNeYpOWq

Delighted to see the National Trauma Training Programme continued to be supported in the SG Programme for Government 2019-20 #TransformingPsychologicalTrauma

First day of data collection today! Focus groups with police officers @AyrshirePolice to explore their experiences of #ACEs awareness raising as a step towards becoming a #traumainformed service

Excellent to see. @BDPerry pioneering work has taught us much about how #trauma affects the brain and behaviour. His books and therapy model have had a major impact in many areas. Let's hope this coverage helps that impact grow further in the UK #traumainformed #ACEs

Human beings are designed to share & care. Wither it’s food, personal items, time, thoughts, ideas, feelings, dreams, hopes, fears! Humans feel best when they share & care. It’s through sharing & caring people might see, I’m like you & your like me. #CaringAndSharing

So exciting to read about Welsh trauma-informed care success in yesterday’s @thetimes

“South Wales is not unique in taking this approach but is doing it particularly well”

👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻

https://t.co/wvgDjb4lEw

@lindachrisdee @7030Campaign @DeejR50 Had a fantastic night ceilidh dancing and raised over £1500 for Reading wave...couldnt have done it without the brains of my lovely Co organiser ❤️💃🕺

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#TraumaInformedCanada #ACEsAwareCanada
Here is @suzannezeedyk outlining 5 barriers to achieving our goals.
Check this out from @ACEAwareNation conference Sept. 2018.
We can succeed if we are "courageous enough, compassionate enough & insistent enough."
#TraumaInformedNS #ACEs https://t.co/r4Q0MaoXcu

Well done #SadiqKhan for linking #adversechildhoodexperiences to knife crime, but it needs an explanation. #aces cause #toxic stress and fear. That is what makes young people carry knives which has resulted in over 100 murders in London so far this year.

Giving up the idea of punishing children when they “misbehave” is hard for us. It confuses many people. It is so deeply ingrained in our culture, for centuries. How would you maintain order, without the threat of punishment? THAT’s where curiosity becomes handy — even essential.

Survivor Nina Malik describes how her three year old son re-enacted the near fatal assault on her by her husband. Her son also then became a young carer. Children do not witness DA, they experience it #sutda19

Thanks for a great meeting @davidkurten – we discussed everything from trauma-informed schools to perinatal mental health! Hope to win your endorsement for 70/30!