Communities for Children and FamilyCare are pleased to share this upcoming online professional development opportunity, as part of the CfC Practice Seminar Series.
Developing Safe & Nurturing Parent-Child Relationships
Traumatised children, particularly those who present with attachment difficulties, often find it challenging to trust their caregiver and generally operate from a fear based world view.
Caring for children and young people who have experienced trauma requires specific skills and knowledge in order for them to grow, learn, develop and heal. The caregiver’s ability to provide skilled, individually tailored techniques and a balance between nurture and structure is paramount to the recovery process.
This session will enable workers, parents and carers to explore the meaning behind the behaviours and reactions of traumatised children and young people and will introduce participants to various strategies to respond effectively and foster change in their internal working models.
Training delivered by Lighthouse Institute:
The Lighthouse Institute provides training to groups, organisations and communities with focus on attachment, development, trauma, organisational culture and therapeutic community development.