- To gain an understanding of attachment theory and traumatic childhood adversity in a developmental context.
- To understand the signs, impact and recovery interventions for early trauma.
- An understanding of nervous system regulation, bottom-up processing and trauma informed practical tools
- An introduction to the principles and benefits of play therapy through an experiential approach
- Strategies and skills to promote recovery and resiliency for children and families.
Spaces are limited. Contact us today to make a pencil booking if you are seeking funding approval.
Who Should Attend
This is an introductory 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.
Anyone who works with / is supporting families and young people who have experienced trauma.
Date & Location
Resources will be emailed to participants prior to the workshop.
Arrival tea & coffee, morning tea and lunch are included.
Vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options will be available. In an effort to keep the price as low as possible, other special dietary requirements are unable to be catered for. You are however welcome to bring your own snacks and lunch.
Post-Event Takeaway Reference Material
In line with our sustainability objectives, conference presentations will not be distributed in hard copy but will instead be available via a weblink to be advised via email following the conference.
Commitment to Access and Equity
We are committed to access and equity and endeavour to meet the needs of all delegates. Please contact Faye - firstname.lastname@example.org / 027 607 3000 if you require special assistance. In order to assist us in understanding delegate needs, please advise your access requirements as early as possible. Request at late notice may not be able to be met.