How Monsters Wish to Feel: Nurturing relationships & resilience
27/01/2020 / 10:00 am - 4:00 pm£150
In this comprehensive series of four workshops, Juliette will explore the concept of ‘trauma informed practice’ through the lens of resilience. Participants will learn ways to promote the resiliency of children and young people who are experiencing stressful life events, or have a background of adversity, trauma or disrupted attachment.
27th Jan 2020
3rd Feb 2020
2nd March 2020
16th March 2020
This course will cover:
- The Monster: The Impact of ACEs and Developmental Trauma: This training will enable school staff to gain a thorough, up-to-date understanding of early brain development, including the impact of trauma and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) on child brain development and the signs & symptoms of trauma.
- The Hope: Risk versus Resilience: The course will raise awareness of the importance of resiliency research in informing how we respond to children and young people who are experiencing stressful life events, or have a background of adversity, trauma or disrupted attachment. We will explore the rationale for considering the concept of ‘trauma informed practice’ using a resiliency-based perspective.
- The Golden Thread: Nurturing Emotional Resilience in Vulnerable Children: Participants will learn 40 of the key protective factors that mitigate risk and promote resilience in children and young people, with a particular focus on research-based relational approaches that aim to resist re-traumatisation. We will consider why it is so important for schools to address children’s unmet attachment needs, including how to support secure attachment relationships in school through the use of nurturing approaches.
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