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A facilitated Zoom Event hosted by Blue Cabin and delivered by Professor Richard Rose

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Blue Cabin are delighted to host this online Zoom Live Classroom on Recovery, facilitated by Professor Richard Rose, Director of Therapeutic Life Story Work International.

Richard has worked with traumatised children and families since he was 17 years old, and in that time has been shaped by those he has journeyed with over the last 38 years. He qualified in Social Work in 1989 and since then worked in the UK in local authority child protection and from 1997 with the highly regarded residential therapeutic treatment agency SACCS, including four years as the Clinical Practice Director of the Mary Walsh Institute.

Course Content

Trauma is not a life sentence - in this session, you’ll learn how we can help children and young people to recover from early life challenges and enjoy their future without being defined by their past.

“Best training I have been to in years! After being in the sector for some time it’s sometimes hard to find training which is relevant and interesting. I absolutely LOVED it!”

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Event Details:

Mon, 13th December 2021 09:00-13:00 (London time)

Event Cost:

£50 + VAT.

Event Team:

Co-Hosts: Jenny Young (Blue Cabin Executive Director) and Professor Richard Rose (Director of Therapeutic Life Story Work International)

Online Platform:

We will be using Zoom to host the meeting.

Registration and Joining Instructions:

Once you have registered you will receive confirmation of your place.

We will then send out full joining instructions. Joining instructions will include:

  • A link to the Zoom Meeting
  • A password to access the meeting
  • What to expect on a Zoom call
  • Considerations for an effective online meeting

This Live Classroom is part of a series of three, covering attachment, trauma and recovery. For the best experience, book on to all three, See details of the other events here.

Live Classroom - Attachment - 24th June 2021


Live Classroom - Attachment - 27th September 2021


Live Classroom - Trauma - 8th July 2021


Live Classroom - Trauma - 8th November 2021



Find out more about Blue Cabin

Blue Cabin is a Community Interest Company established in 2016. Our work transforms outcomes for care experienced children and young people (CECYP) and we work with key partners to achieve this through creativity.

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Find out more about TLSWi

TLSWi provides consultancy and training on Therapeutic Life Story Work and working with 'hard to reach' children and adolescents and develops academic training programmes in the UK and Internationally. TLSWi is also the professional body for Therapeutic Life Story Work and engages in research, supervision and professional development of all members.

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Blue Cabin is a Community Interest Company, established in 2016. Our work transforms outcomes for care experienced children and young people (CECYP) and we work with key partners to achieve this. Our programmes always have the following elements:


  • Participation and Co-creation with CECYP (and often the adults in their lives too)
  • Partnership (local authorities, artists, arts organisations, charities, innovators)
  • Evaluation / Research (to understand the beneficiary outcomes and long-term impact of the work).


We believe, based upon evidence and research, that outcomes for CECYP can be transformed when they have regular and ongoing opportunities to develop positive relationships with the people in their lives.



The opportunities that we develop are always facilitated by Artists – we see the role of creativity as being both a fundamental human right for all children and young people AND the mechanism that can bring people together to experience something which is fun, joyful, exciting and challenging and based upon a sense of equality and imagination. We always work in partnership with Local Authorities (L.A.s), independent fostering agencies and arts organisations to develop programmes which lead to changes in practice as well as sustainable system change. We are building an evidence base to influence broader policy in the UK. 

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