Through our experience of working with young people involved in serious youth violence and gangs, it is clear that there is always a narrative of Shame that triggers people to become violent. Our shame informed practice looks at the understanding and treatment of shame and guilt.
This theory is nothing new and has been pioneered by academics like James Gilligan and those who have worked in the field such as Jonathan Asser. Furthermore, the research of Brené Brown points to a need for Shame Awareness to be able to live truly happy and healthy lives.
Our aim for Shame Informed Practice is to share our learnings with both the wider sector working with young people, but also other sectors interested in getting the most from their staff, their customers and themselves. Areas covered include:
For more information on how we can assist, please get in touch and speak to a member of the team.