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Understanding Attachment

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Understanding Attachment

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This course is recommended for professionals who would like a broader understanding of the different types of attachment and how these can impact our behaviours, relationships and coping mechanisms as children and adults.

A sound grounding in attachment theory and research can help professionals understand children, young people and adults behaviours better, and offer insights into their experiences of difficult and stressful family relationships. This in turn can equip professionals with additional tools in both assessing and working with the families and individuals.

The trainers will use handouts, slides as well as experiential learning techniques.

Course Overview;

  • Understanding the process of attachment and how does secure attachment develop – including theories on attachment
  • What are the 4 types of attachment (both adaptive and otherwise)
  • Why is attachment important?
  • Understanding the causes of attachment problems and disorders.
  • How attachment disorders can present; What behaviours you might see.
  • How attachment styles can impact our relationships as adult

This full day course is suitable for;

  • Counsellors
  • Therapists
  • Social Workers
  • Youth Workers
  • Teachers
  • Health Visitors
  • Foster Carers
  • Nursery Staff
  • Family Support Workers

Trainer Profiles;

Cath Hanrahan

Lead Trainer and Consultant

Cath is a qualified Social Worker and has been working with Children and Young people for 20 years. She has worked in frontline services for over 20 years working with domestic abuse, sexual violence, child protection, complex needs, child sexual exploitation, peer on peer abuse and young offenders. Cath specialises in safeguarding children and young people, domestic abuse, trauma, attachment and child sexual exploitation. She continues to work with families and young people affected by abuse and exploitation, and provides external clinical supervision and consultancy around complex cases.

Jo Stone

Lead Trainer and Consultant.

Jo is a qualified counsellor, supervisor, manager, advisor and trainer with over 16 years of experience working with vulnerable young people and adults in a trauma informed way. Not only a counsellor working with survivors of domestic abuse, violence, and perpetrators of abuse, she is a uniquely skilled trainer with over ten years of experience in delivering training to various agencies and organisations, including but not limited to counsellors, support staff, council staff, teachers, workers within justice and crime prevention, social workers and countless other frontline professionals.

All delegates will receive a CPD Certificate

https://www.cjtrainingandconsultancy.com/

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