We can provide a range of trauma support and training to prepare and respond well.
We encourage and resource people and organisations, who are creating a better world, to thrive - body, mind and spirit.
Our values are to Thrive, to have Passion, to be Courageous, to be Compassionate and Pamoja (Kiswahili for Together.)
Our vision is to create sustainable staff care practices, that are lived out in practice, creating a culture where people can flourish.
We can provide consultancy services in person, remotely and travel to field programmes. We are currently able to offer services in Arabic, French, Spanish, English and Kiswahili.
To enquire about our consultancy and how we might be able to support you, get in touch to schedule a meeting.
We want to be a part of that journey with you. We want to understand your needs so that we can work alongside you to develop bespoke programmes that build your organizational capacity, create resilience among your teams, and equip your organization to respond well in complex situations.
We can provide learning in person and online. We are currently able to offer learning in Arabic, French, English, Spanish and Kiswahili.
To enquire about our learning programmes and how we might be able to support you get in touch to schedule a meeting.
We have defined our services as medical, occupational health and psychological, but our holistic philosophy underpins all our consultations and interactions with clients.
To learn more about our clinical services get in touch to schedule a meeting.
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We will work alongside you to develop a tailored staff care plan and provide specialised clinical support and training to your people. Book a meeting with our team today!
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- We will design a support package to suit your needs
- We will work with you to implement your staff care plan
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- Psychological First Aid
Psychological First Aid is an evidence-informed support framework for assisting staff, colleagues and team members in the aftermath of a crisis, disaster, critical incident or terrorism event.
PFA is a way to provide emotional support to people of any age or background in order to reduce the initial distress caused by the critical event and to foster short and long-term adaptive functioning and coping.
- Sexual Violence Management
The Sexual Violence Management training will take a comprehensive look at how your organisation can address sexual violence incidents against staff both in and outside of the workplace. The goal of this training is to equip managers, safeguarding officers, and HR with the tools needed to effectively prevent and respond to sexual violence incidents. The training will include psychological, medical, and organisational health elements in order to understand how to best care for the survivor while maintaining your organisation’s policies and procedures.
- Self-care when working with traumatic material
We often underestimate how the stories of others can affect our own resilience. The particularly consistent and bleak nature of the stories heard in communication roles can become overwhelming over time. The risk of vicarious trauma for these individuals is high. Unfortunately, faulty coping mechanisms are often used to distract or protect against the information creating cynicism, addictive behaviors, and burnout.
"Thrive Worldwide took the time to understand our people and systems and spoke to all levels of our organization. Ben was very responsive and the final report he delivered gave us unique insight into the gaps that we need to address, as well as our strengths as an organization.”Shabnam MojtahediSyria Justice and Accountability Centre
"We became involved with the team at Thrive through a crisis that affected our entire office. They not only responded quickly to our concerns, they also led us through the response with care and concern. Our organisation grew immensely through that time- due largely to the work of Thrive Worldwide."Mission AgencyMember Care Director
"When I have a staff member I am worried about, I don't even have to think twice - I refer them to Thrive Worldwide with confidence that they will get the highest standard of care possible."Humanitarian INGOHR manager