Podcast

Podcast Season 3: Episode 6 – Attachment, trauma and their impact on children and young people

We welcome to the podcast the brilliant Professor Richard Rose of Therapeutic Life Story Work International, to explore the topics of attachment and trauma.

We welcome to the podcast the brilliant Professor Richard Rose of Therapeutic Life Story Work International, to explore the topics of attachment and trauma. We find out how early experiences of attachment and trauma can affect children and young people later in life and how foster carers and social workers can recognise resulting behaviours and support the children and young people in their care.

Richard will share more about attachment and trauma in our forthcoming Creative Life Story Work Live Classrooms – find out more and book your place here.

Attachment, trauma and their impact on children and young people

Produced and mixed by Will Sadler of Anya Media. You can subscribe wherever you get your podcasts by clicking one of the following links:

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