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Who Are We?
Some examples of our training
workshops and webinars
A Recovery Curriculum -
Developing Fit-for-Purpose Policies for Getting Back to School in the COVID-19 Era
A Recovery Plan for the School Community in the COVID-19 Era
A World of Distractions
Attachment and Trauma:
Developing a Positive Culture for Relationships and Learning in School
Attachment Styles 2021
Attachment and Trauma Demystified: The Next Steps
Communication; Play; Social Skills; Sensory integration dysfunction; Social stories; The Syndrome Mix.
ADHD, Autism, Attachment Difficulties: Blurred Lines?
Children's Mental Health and School
Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder and the impact on children and young people's education
Mental Health in Schools:
experiential workshop for whole staff groups designed to promote emotional well-being and nurture resilience in pupils and adults.
Pathological Demand Avoidance and School
Skilling Them Softly:
Understanding the Particular Needs of Looked After Children and Young People in Schools
Supporting the Mental Health of the School Community
The Impact of Early Experiences on Sensory Development Processe
Trauma-Responsive Play - For educators in mainstream and special settings, who want to learn more about facilitating play for children in the Covid-19 era.
Well-being in School :
Positive Mental Health for Educators:
beyond the work/play balance
Working with Disadvantaged Children:
the Role of Schools in Developing Attachment and Trauma Sensitive Practice to Help Children and Young People Deal with Adversity
Working with Children and Young People who have Anxiety-Related Difficulties
I can also present a combination of two or more of these topics as part of a training package. Please get in touch to discuss prices and availability.
We have recently launched our very own
Attachment and Trauma Sensitive Schools Award
for school children and also those in nursery provision - at three levels: Bronze, Silver and Gold.
See this link for more details:
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