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Beyond behaviour to recovery and resilience - attachment and trauma seminars

Next training session:

Day 1: 31 October 2018

Day 2: 21 November 2018

Day 3: 27 February 2019

Day 4: 27 March 2019


Course details

This comprehensive series of 4 x 3 hour psychology seminars is designed to meet the needs of all school staff working with vulnerable C&YP who have significant levels of Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) needs

The course aims to encourage practitioners to look beyond behaviour and examine the root causes of a child or young person’s challenging behaviour

We will also be looking at the most effective interventions to support vulnerable students’ inclusion in the education setting as well as their longer term recovery and resilience

By the end of the curriculum, participants will know over 30 of the key pioneering theorists in the area of attachment and trauma and the theories associated with them

Where:  4-6 Commercial Road (former Global Languages Immersion Centre)  Gloucester   GL1 2EA

Cost: £270 p/p 

Who is the course for?

This course is for all primary and secondary school staff who are interested in supporting children and young people with social, emotional and mental health needs.


Course contents

This psychology seminar series will cover:

  • The ABC of Attachment Theory
  • Emotional Resilience, Nurturing Relationships and the role of the Key Adult or Additional Attachment Figure
  • Trauma, Child Brain Development, The Arts and Therapeutic Approaches
  • Looking beyond Behaviour to Emotions, Physiological States and Sensory Attachment Interventions (SAI)

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