RELATIONAL CARE IN EDUCATION
ADVERSITY, ATTACHMENT, AND TRAUMA TRAINING
Take the Summit L.E.A.D. - Learning, Exploration, Aspiration and Development
TRAINING FOR YOUR ORGANISATION
Summit Psychology Services CPD training in adversity, attachment and trauma has been consistently evaluated as outstanding by academy trusts, teacher training schools, education professionals, foster carers and social care professionals. Lead trainer, Dr Dawn Bradley, has successfully delivered training on Relational Care in Education, including the effects of adversity, working with attachment and trauma, understanding safety, shame, and building resilience, to hundreds of professionals in this field. She continues to provide cutting edge CPD training and events.
Training packages of one half day and a full day are available to professionals, carers, organisations and educational communities who wish to develop awareness of the impact of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), understand and support relational and attachment needs, and become more trauma informed in their knowledge, skills, and practices.
Any group size can be accommodated and bespoke requests are welcome. Please check the training and events calendar for scheduled training, or contact us to discuss you needs.
*NEW* FOUR DAYS
POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY GROWTH AND RESILIENCE
WORDS THAT HARM AND WORDS THAT HELP HEALING
REACTIONS AND RESPONSES TO THE SELF AND OTHERS
SCHOOLS AS A SECURE BASE
Attachment Aware and Trauma Informed Schools and Educational Communities do their very best to ensure that their teams are well supported.
Supporting the development of children and young people can bring its own challenges and it is important that we care for our own wellbeing as much as we care for others.
Dr Dawn Bradley is a qualified and registered supervisor with the British Psychological Society. She offers professional supervision to professionals across the child workforce. She offers a safe and confidential environment for staff to reflect on and discuss their work and their personal and professional responses to their work in the supervisory relationship. The focus of supervision is to support professionals in their personal and professional development, providing supportive reflection on their practice.
Supervision is scheduled at six weekly intervals and can be provided either one to one, or as a small group. It is best undertaken at regular intervals throughout the year and a minimum of three sessions is recommended. Sessions run for two hours duration but can be longer if a group is being supervised.