Attachment-Based Long-Term Engagement Training - Primary-Aged Children
“Intraquest was inspired by personal challenge, renewed hope and transformation. With this we wholeheartedly believe there are no ‘hopeless people’, just people lacking hope!” JEN & KAREN
ABLE Training for Primary-Aged Children
(Attachment Based Long-Term Engagement)
Over two days, participants will engage in an interactive exploration of attachment theory, identifying their own attachment style and learning to recognise the attachment styles of children, specifically those that have experienced trauma or loss. Participants will use this awareness to further explore the impact of disrupted attachment and abuse on relationships, behaviour, emotional well-being and mental health.
Practical elements of the course include working with creative methods in order to bring about therapeutic relationships with children, encourage the development of emotional regulation and positive behavioural strategies. There will be opportunities for personal reflection and exploration of the importance of self -care for those working in challenging environments.
Participants will leave this training having achieved the following:
Demonstrate clear understanding of challenging behaviour and the possible causes of such.
Demonstrate clear understanding of developmental, biological, and neurological factors involved in emotional disturbance, particularly regarding disrupted attachment.
Demonstrate ability to recognise signs of disrupted attachment in children and apply specific ways of working according to individual need.
Practise using creative tools and techniques to assist with developing healthier levels of emotional regulation, problem solving and emotional literacy in primary aged children.
Demonstrate understanding of ‘self’ in relation to empathy, engagement, and impact on others.
Participants will receive certificates of attendance, workbook containing summary learning points and personal reflections plus all relevant hand-outs and learning materials.
For up to 20 participants.
£3,900 plus VAT for the two-day programme (£97.50 per head per day) including all learning resources.