- Gain an understanding of attachment theory and childhood adversity in a developmental and relational context
- Learn the signs, impacts and approaches to recovery and interventions for early trauma
- Describe the principles and benefits of play therapy
- Introduce directive and non-directive play therapy tools and interventions
- Attain strategies and skills to promote recovery and resiliency
Spaces are limited. Contact us today to make a pencil booking if you are seeking funding approval.
Who Should Attend
This is a beginner to intermediate level workshop suitable for educators, health care and mental health professionals (psychologists & psychiatrists), counsellors, social workers and other professionals wanting to gain increased knowledge and skills in helping children and youth.
It is for anyone who works with / is supporting families and young people who have experienced trauma.
Zoom Meeting Date & Time
Wednesday, 15 February
9.00am - 4.00pm
You will be sent the details to access ZOOM after you have registered.
This is an interactive workshop with breakout room activities and we therefore ask all participants to have their own computer / laptop as this makes the breakout room activities and discussions easier and enhances the learning for all.
We also encourage participants to email their questions to us prior to the workshop, or via the chat at the meeting - email email@example.com.
Please note this webinar will not be recorded.