A full day seminar based on Foundations for Attachment, a Dyadic Development Practice (DDP) informed programme that we have been using to support those caring for children and young people who have been impacted by trauma.
It will look at the science of what is now known about the impact of trauma on the developing brain. Explore why attachment and therapeutic parenting is important to heal children and young people and why traditional practice may not work for these children. We will introduce you to Dyadic Developmental Practice (DDP) and the PACE attitude – models of practice we are using and evaluating.
If you work with children and young people in a professional capacity. If you are a social worker, youth worker, teacher, counsellor or other professional working with children and young people in care or from adverse backgrounds then this one-day seminar is for you.