Parenting Special Children is delighted to offer this one-off workshop for all Berkshire families who are foster carers, adoptive parents, special guardians or kinship carers and looking after children and young people with special educational needs or disabilities.
This interactive workshop will cover different forms of play and how it can be used to support the process of attachment for children who have experienced trauma of separation or loss. It will be assumed that attendees already have some basic knowledge of how early life trauma can lead to insecure attachments in children.
- COST Free
- DURATION 2½ hour workshop
- DELIVERED BY Sally Miles - Sally is a Child & Family Play Therapist with over 30 years of combined experience of social work, DDP and filial play therapy
- FREQUENCY This is a one-off workshop
The course was so informative and covered so much. As always, it was really relevant to all of our roles.
Patrick, Knowl Hill
Patrick is a Foster Parent who's Foster Daughter has a dual-diagnosis of Autism and ADHD
93% of attendees stated that their understanding had increased following the workshop
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