“All children need relationships to thrive,
traumatised children need relationships to heal.”
(Golding & Hughes, 2012)
This one day workshop offers delegates a comprehensive understanding of the importance of developing securely attached relationships with parents in early childhood. We explore how securely attached relationships are fundamental to the growth of a healthy and fully integrated brain. This programme is for all health, education and social care professionals working with children, young people and their families.
We explore the impact of relationship trauma, neglect, abuse and domestic violence and the impact on a child's brain architecture and global development, helping us to understand how this can impact on the development of emotional regulation, social skills development and relational trauma. We explore how this early trauma can also lead to ongoing emotional, social and psychological difficulties leading to long term mental health difficulties and difficulties in developing trusting relationships.
We help delegates to begin to understand children's complex and challenging behaviours using an attachment and trauma informed lens. Delegates are supported to think about how to apply this understanding in their work and/or their relationships with children and young people. Our workshop has a good blend of case material, multi-media clips and creative group exercises to help bring theory to life. We try to ensure our workshops are interactive and inspiring. Attachment and trauma informed understanding and practice can be transformational for health and child care professionals. This workshop can be tailored to your organisation's/service's needs.
This workshop can be adapted for a variety of services, please contact us with your requirements.
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Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm
Saturday - Sunday: Closed