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Intro. to Attachment and Trauma for Educational Professionals

This introductory half-day course is aimed at professionals who work with and support vulnerable children in education settings of all varieties, so is suitable for the following: Teachers, Teaching Assistants, Mentors, SENCOs, Nursery Nurses, Key Workers, Pastoral Care Workers, Family Support Workers, Speech and Language Therapists, Private Tutors, or other professionals working with children. Many children

Life Story Workshop

Helping adopted children understand their story can often be a challenge for parents. Life story work takes many formats from books, to later-life letters, memory boxes and longer term therapeutic support and it can be daunting to navigate and know how, when and what to access. The workshop will explore

Life Story Workshop

Helping adopted children understand their story can often be a challenge for parents. Life story work takes many formats from books, to later-life letters, memory boxes and longer term therapeutic support and it can be daunting to navigate and know how, when and what to access. The workshop will explore

Sensory Processing – Scenarios and Strategies

A workshop for parents and carers of children and young people who may have difficulties with sensory processing. Topics will include: Identifying sensory processing issues Strategies to help and support parents, carers, children and young people An opportunity for open discussion to talk about individual needs Feedback from the previous

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Intro. to Attachment and Trauma for Educational Professionals

This introductory half-day course is aimed at professionals who work with and support vulnerable children in education settings of all varieties, so is suitable for the following: Teachers, Teaching Assistants, Mentors, SENCOs, Nursery Nurses, Key Workers, Pastoral Care Workers, Family Support Workers, Speech and Language Therapists, Private Tutors, or other professionals working with children. Many children

Identity: Who Am I?

Our sense of identity is made up of many parts and ‘being adopted’ is one such part for many people. As parents and carers it’s useful to spend some time thinking about what this might mean for an adopted child and their sense of self; and how best to support

Life Story Workshop 3.12.19

NOW FULLY BOOKED Helping adopted children understand their story can often be a challenge for parents. Life story work takes many formats from books, to later-life letters, memory boxes and longer term therapeutic support and it can be daunting to navigate and know how, when and what to access, so

Identity: Who Am I?

This  ‘hands-on’ workshop will explore what identity is, how it’s formed and what we can do to shape it in positive and life-affirming ways for ourselves and our adopted children. Your stories, questions and reflections are all welcome.

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