This two day training offers an abundance of learning on the impact of trauma, neglect, toxic stress, and disrupted attachment on children and adolescents, and on their surrounding adults.
This training will also focus on hope, resilience and strengths-based learning. Through the use of video clips, experiential learning and case studies practitioners will have an opportunity to engage dynamically in thinking about concepts. Dr Treisman draws on the latest evidence base and neuroscience findings, delivering them in an accessible, engaging and applicable way.
This training draws on the attachment, loss, stress and trauma theory base, children in care case work and practice methods. Once theory and context has been discussed, Day two will consider a range of creative and expressive techniques and tools for us in practice.
Taken from Dr Treisman’s ‘Therapeutic Treasure Box for Working with Developmental Trauma’, Day two will focus on a range of areas including rapport building, feelings, safety, strengths. This creative and multi-faceted workshop will explore some of the therapeutic qualities required to support children, adolescents, and adults who have and are experiencing relational and developmental trauma.
Day 1 – (registration will open at 8.30am) 9.30am– 4.30pm,
Day 2 – 9.30am – 4.30pm
• Practitioners will develop further knowledge and understanding about the impact of early trauma and disrupted attachment on children’s overall development
• Gain further insight into the latest brain science and neurobiology around childhood trauma and neglect.
• Link trauma and attachment theories to real life case examples • Consider how emotional regulation develops in childhood, and how it can be influenced by trauma and disrupted attachment
• Reflect on how trauma can impact a child’s developmental trajectory and ‘age’. • Practitioners will increase their understanding as to why trauma is a multi-sensory whole body experience requiring multi-sensory whole body interventions • Practitioners will learn about several new creative and expressive tools to practically apply in their clinical and direct work.
• Practitioners will gain further understanding as to why therapeutic re-parenting and relationship-based trauma-informed practice is so fundamental to children’s progress