Outcomes and Impacts


Main Tackling Trauma Outcomes and impacts


 Increased trauma knowledge and understanding   Improved health and wellbeing   Increased trauma recovery and resilience   Increased trauma strategies   Improved connectivity and collective trauma impacts



At the end of November 2022…

Tackling Trauma and Tackling Trauma Together by numbers:


12,541 Tackling Trauma website visits

46 Cross sector partners

1,500 Star Cuddle Cushions distributed

32 organisations have received Star Cuddle Cushions

1 Tackling Trauma Youth App launched

1,646 Youth App visits


Here’s some feedback from Tackling Trauma beneficiaries:

Lauren Seager-Smith FRSA

CEO Kidscape


'As a bullying prevention charity working with children and families on the frontline, we are all too aware of the impact of trauma on young lives. We are delighted to have built a relationship with The Crysalys Foundation in recent months and will be working together to provide evidence-based support for children experiencing trauma because of bullying. The 'Tackling Trauma' website is a vital resource to help families and professionals understand trauma, and access much needed support.'

Associate Professor Eunice Lumsden

Subject Leader in Childhood, youth and Families, University of Northampton


‘While the diagnosis of trauma is a specialist area, understanding the root causes of why some children behave in the way they do is crucial for all working with children, young people and families. This website is timely and provides an important reference source for the sector.’

Rebecca Bradley

BA (Hons) Early Childhood Studies

Post Grad Certificate in Therapeutic Play Skills

Post Grad Diploma in Play Therapy

Certified Play Therapist


‘The tackling trauma website is a really informative and interactive resource for children, parents and professionals.  I often signpost parents and carers as there is a page dedicated solely to caregivers, providing information in bite-size chunks, resources and tips around everything trauma, covering all the bases - what, where, when, how and why.  Alongside a page dedicated to caregivers, there is a page for children and a page for professionals, where you can find a selection of resources all in one place to potentially use in sessions to support the process.  A resource well worth having in your tool-kit.’

Children’s Independent Sexual Violence Advocate (ChISVA)

East Midlands Sexual Assault Service – Children and Young People


‘Tackling Trauma has enabled me to work more confidently in supporting my clients who are struggling with flashbacks, sleepless nights and mood changes.’

Company No: 11080543.

Registered Charity No. 1189120.

Registered Address: 60 Sutton Street,

Flore, NN7 4LE.

T: 07495 539 611 E: jane@crysalys.org


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