Therapeutic and Trauma-Responsive Support

TLG has over 22 years of experience equipping supportive adults to understand and walk alongside children and families who are struggling with their emotional and mental wellbeing.

Emotional support is vital. Here at TLG we are passionate about emotional health and promoting a trauma-informed approach in all that we do. We aren’t all called to be experts, but it’s imperative now more than ever that we have the basic knowledge and skills to safely explore emotional health together, and bring support to those who need it most. 

See Here <3 offers a bespoke range of resource-based, therapeutic support training that is delivered mostly through webinar, and occasionally ‘in person’ too. 

The training sessions and accompanying resources have been designed by TLG, to equip volunteers and staff in churches, charities, schools and community organisations, who are passionate about bringing trauma-informed approaches and creating supportive environments to their context.

See our training programmes below:

Emotional First Aid

This FREE 90 minute live webinar will help you to spot and respond to the signs of emotional distress in adults and children. This training provides a practical perspectives on being therapeutic, a three-step guide to responding in the moment to signs of emotional distress, and tools so you can continue to journey alongside someone who is struggling.

The Emotional Rollercoaster

This FREE interactive webinar incorporates all of the Emotional First Aid content and provides additional training specifically for those working with children and young people aged 8-14 years. Offering therapeutic responses, approaches and activities to explore emotional health, it is especially relevant for supporting children who have been impacted by lockdown and COVID-19.

We can offer bespoke training for you and your staff team to enable practical therapeutic approaches and responses to the needs of the children and young people you support.

If you are interested in finding out more or you would like to book training for your  organisation, please contact Steph Walker at