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Walking In Their Shoes - Developmental Workshop
Wed 5 April 2017, 09:30 – 16:30 BST
Redwing NLP and Maple Tree House have collaborated and developed the workshop, Walking in Their Shoes.
Walking in Their Shoes is an ideal workshop to gain insight into how young people with developmental trauma interact with the world around them and communicate. We also take a look at how abuse and neglect cause a young person’s model of the world to form different links and attachments to those around them, in particular, peers and parental figures. This one day workshop sheds light on how our minds work and how to get the most out of communicating with others. An ideal course for those who work with young people with seemingly destructive behaviour or those who wish to gain another perspective on how behaviours are driven.
- Tap into how developmental trauma impacts the way young people see the world.
- Hear from speakers who have extensive experience working with young people in a variety of backgrounds including, health and social care, 1-2-1 intervention programmes and education.
- See how their language reveals how young people view themselves, others and the environment they are in.
- Understand how different attachment types impact the relationships young people will have with peers, parental figures and workers.
- Listen to what the key steps are in making a connection, as our speakers share their top tips and tools for building positive relationships.
- Look at how to decipher young people’s behaviour and understand how their thinking dictates their actions.
*Please note that tickets for this workshop are non refundable.*
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