BRISTOL – LONDON
WORKING WITH CHILDREN IMPACTED BY TRAUMA MASTERCLASSES FOR 2017
Masterclass in understanding and supporting children impacted by early low level, complex trauma
Mercure Grand Hotel BRISTOL: Tuesday 12th September 2017 (Limited places remaining)
Times: 9.30 – 4.00
Jane combines more than 20 years of front-line experience in early-years care and a wide-range of family support work with ground-breaking research from world experts, to deliver accessible training on childhood trauma and adversity in childhood(ACES).
Jane takes the complex science behind the brain’s reaction to trauma and breaks it down into bite-sized, easily digestible pieces to leave you feeling satisfied and confident about the subject matter. It’s no surprise that Jane’s most frequently received feedback is, ‘that makes sense!’
What will you learn?
- Which kind of early trauma has the greatest impact in the context of early adversity and ACES
- How to recognise what trauma looks like in a child’s behaviour, both physically and emotionally
- How to use Jane’s unique ‘5 Cs’ approach to understand and support the needs of a child affected by trauma
- How to create a sustainable action plan to apply your learning to practice and whole settings
- How to grow and sustain resilience and wellness for yourself when working with trauma-affected children
Resources you will take away:
- Handouts to keep as an easy to use resource to reinforce what you’ve learnt, provide a point of reference and share your knowledge with people that you work with
- Practical exercises you can use to help the children in your care regulate their bodies and brains under stress, and subsequently, their behaviour
- A list of recommended resources, including extended reading and suggested watching that will further develop your knowledge and understanding of childhood trauma
Who should attend this course?
If you work with or care for children in any discipline, including those listed below, this course is for you.
- Teaching Staff
- School Nurses
- Early Years Teams
- Troubled Families Teams
- Youth Workers; Youth Offender Staff
- Domestic Violence Workers
- Children’s Services; Adoption and Fostering Support; Looked-After Children’s Social Workers
- Family Support and Children’s Centre Workers
- Health Visitors
- Child and Adolescent Mental Health Workers
- Armed Forces Welfare Officers
- Police; Probation Officers and Support Staff
Jane draws upon the research and work of many world experts including:
|· Bruce Perry||· Louise Bomber||· Peter Levine|
|· Mary Ainsworth||· Stephen Porges||· Robin Karr-Morse|
|· Bessel van der Kolk||· Judith Herman||· Dr. David Berceli|
Don’t miss out!
Jane’s courses sell out fast – book now to secure your spot
Full Delegate rate only £130 pp
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LONDON MASTERCLASS WITH DR. KAREN TREISMAN October 6th 2017 – Central London
Understanding what causes children and young people trauma – providing practical ways to build wellness and resilience
6th October 2017
9.30 – 16.30
Novotel London City South
Southwark Bridge Road
A uniquely practical childhood trauma event providing:
- Trauma theory and research – presented so it is ready-to-use
- Practice-based experience and knowledge-real examples and insights to adapt to fit your practice
- A range of accessible tools, strategies and skills-ways to reduce children’s lived experiences of trauma through regulation and emotional safety
- An opportunity to create a working ‘treasure box’-chose your tools and ‘treasure’ to support the children and young people you work with
Creators and Facilitators – Dr. Karen Treisman & Jane Evans
Author of Relational and Developmental Trauma in Children and Adolescents and soon to be published – A Therapeutic Treasure Box for Working with Children and Adolescents with Developmental Trauma: Creative Activities and Tools.
Dr Karen Treisman is a Highly Specialist Clinical Psychologist who has worked in the National Health System and children’s services for over ten years. Karen has also worked cross-culturally in both Africa and Asia with groups ranging from former child soldiers to survivors of the Rwandan Genocide.
Karen has extensive experience in the areas of trauma, parenting, and attachment, and works clinically using a range of therapeutic approaches with families, systems, and children in or on the edge of care, unaccompanied asylum-seeking young people, and adopted children.
In addition to holding a doctorate in Clinical psychology, Karen has undergone a range of specialist training courses including in EMDR, Narrative Therapy, Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy, Sensory Attachment Intervention, and Theraplay.
Karen is the director of Safe Hands and Thinking Minds Psychological Consultancy and Training Services- www.safehandsthinkingminds.co.uk
Jane began her career with children and families over two decades ago working in pre-schools and as a childminder, family support and parenting worker, and as a foster carer. Jane is now a renowned TV, Radio and Social Media Parenting and Childhood Trauma Expert.
Jane combines her vast experience of working with families with complex needs with her knowledge of the latest neuroscience and attachment research.
An internationally renowned speaker, TEDxBristol Speaker, Jane has delivered parenting talks for the Born Smart organisation in India, and for 2 years, has been the keynote speaker for the Book Trust England and Book Trust Cymru conferences on how to encourage early literacy with parents and children who have experienced trauma.
Full Delegate Rate: £180
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