Develop an understanding of current theory around attachment, and how it relates to the children and young people you engage with.
A user-friendly session delivered by Professor Richard Rose, which will help you assist children and young people to understand the importance of relationships and the need to feel safe, cared for and that they belong.
“A great course! So helpful with information and practical resources beautifully balanced. Thank you to Richard. Can’t wait to do more professional learning with you.” Training participant.
Inspired by Professor Richard Rose
Develop an understanding of attachment theory and practice.
Understand healthy child development and the importance this plays in the formulation of an attachment.
Refresh those that have an understanding of attachment with current thinking and provide those who have little understanding of attachment, with a working knowledge. Build the confidence and understanding of participants to talk about attachment with the children and young people they engage with.
What to bring
Participants should bring along pens, paper and curiosity
Participants may want to read this page that explains more about what Therapeutic Life Story Work is.
We will be using Zoom as the platform to host the live classroom. We would encourage you to read this document for advice on how to access zoom particularly if you haven’t accessed zoom before. If you are planning on attending via a work device, to ensure access is not blocked you may need to seek access permission in advance.
You will receive a zoom link to access the live classroom at least 48hours before the live classroom takes place.