shutterstock_141234685This subsidised half day course is designed for adopters and foster carers who wish to learn more about developing attachment  in difficult to reach children. Children presenting with attachment problems experience difficulties in forming relationships. This may have occurred for a variety of reasons including inadequate previous parenting, abuse or  multiple placements.  The success of a future placement will be largely dependant on the child developing the ability to trust and gradually form a bond with carers. This is frequently a slow and sometimes frustrating process which requires patience and tolerance from adult carers.

During this short programme, delegates will learn basic skills to negotiate challenging situations with children and to use these instances as opportunities to grow attachments through astute and sensitive handling.

The workshop is informative, challenging and fun and will equip parents/carers with additional skills to develop attachment in difficult to reach children.

Course fee £50

Course date 18th October  2013

This course will take place at Christine Tizzard’s clinical training rooms in Selsey, West Sussex.  This course may also be provided for Local Authorities and Charities throughout the United Kingdom. Please telephone for details.

10% discount for couples attending together.