Fri, 27 Mar|
Day 1: Advanced Attachment and Trauma Training
For educators and other child welfare professionals wanting to gain deeper knowledge and become more aware of the effects of adversity and how to support children and young people with relational attachment and trauma needs.
Time & Location
27 Mar 2020, 09:30 – 15:30 GMT
Summit Hospitality, synectic house, The Hollies, The Brampton, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Newcastle Under Lyme ST5 0QY, UK
About the event
This day is one of four days training and is relevant to senior leadership teams, governing bodies, designated teachers, SENDCOs, pastoral and well-being leads and those devloping the roll of Attachment and Trauma leads across all phases of education and in all sectors.
Day 1: Positive Psychology, Growth and Resilience
From Surviving to Thriving: The Development of Identity
During day 1 you will explore resilience and models of resilience. You will identify where you personally and as a professional draw your resilience from and in turn be able to support adults to identify and develop their own resilience and protective factors.
We then translate this to children and young people and look at how children and young people’s identities are developed and how they may see themselves. We learn how to look for children and young people’s risk and resilience factors and draw from the field of positive psychology for promoting happiness, wellbeing and positivity to move children and young people from surviving to thriving.