Ready in Spring 2016. This is a seminar on trauma and children. 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 attachment.
To recognise and understand traumatised children. To understand how to support traumatised children. To show how a knowledge of the Solihull Approach illuminates an understanding of the effects of trauma and the resolution of trauma.
Type 1 and Type 2 Trauma. The effect of trauma on the neurological system. The differential effect of trauma on children of different ages. Recognising trauma in children of different ages. Community trauma. Building support in the community both for the community and for individual children. Showing how a knowledge of the Solihull Approach illuminates an understanding of the effects of trauma and the resolution of trauma.
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To deliver this you need to have completed the 2 Day Foundation Training. Preferably Train the Trainer, but not a requirement.
Solihull Approach trained practitioners.