Attachment

This is a 1 day seminar on attachment. It can be used as a stand alone seminar, but provides most value as a follow up to the 2 Day Foundation training to deepen knowledge and to keep moving theory into practice. Solihull Approach trained practitioners are likely to get the most out of the seminar, but other practitioners can attend.

You can run this seminar in your local area. If you want to observe the seminar before running it yourself, you can ask us to run it for you in your local area or you can attend the seminar in Solihull.

This seminar is designed to consolidate learning from the 2 Day Foundation, but will provide the best value as part of a theory into practice strategy that includes work discussion time, the Refresher Day and the seminars on brain development and trauma.

Type of training:

seminar

Typical length:

1 Day.

Aim of training:

To cover all the basics about attachment theory to provide a common understanding. To show how attachment theory is developing. To show how the development of the quality of an attachment can be explained using the Solihull Approach model. To introduce epigenetics.

Example content:

Biological basis of attachment, secure base, safe haven, Strange situation, categories of attachment, attachment and the relationship, developments in attachment theory, the Solihull Approach model and attachment, attachment in practice, epigenetics and attachment.

Prices:

£134 for the manual

Pre-training knowledge:

To deliver this you need to have completed the 2 Day Foundation Training. Preferably Train the Trainer, but not a requirement.

For:

Solihull Approach trained practitioners.

Maximum number of people:

100