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24-26 April 2018 at Novotel, Broad Street, Birmingham B1 2HT, UK
A course for professionals from a range of disciplines who work with parents, carers or other adults whose behaviour may place children or other adults at risk of significant harm. All delegates will receive a copy of Attachment-based Practice with Adults, by Clark Baim and Tony Morrison, published 2011 by Pavilion (retail price £115).
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The course is a mixture of presentation, audio and video clips, and small group tasks.
This course is for professionals with some experience of undertaking assessments or therapeutic work with parents or other adults who pose a risk to themselves or others. This includes those working in child welfare / child protection settings, adult mental health or counselling services, criminal justice and multi-disciplinary contexts that cross adult and children's services. The course is also relevant for professionals who supervise staff in the above areas.
'At last I understand attachment theory!'
'Attachment informed practice strongly enables staff to return to the relationship based social work Professor Munro has advocated.'
Executive Head of Service - Adults and Safeguarding
'I was encouraged to challenge my assumptions with regard to certain clients' behaviour, particularly confrontational clients. I was also encouraged to balance task-led work with person-centred, relationship-based work on a human level.'
'Thank you for an absolutely amazing training experience. It was most inspiring. I learnt so much and I am now paying particular attention to detail when talking to clients and making sense of their discourse.'
24-26 April 2018
Booking will open soon - please check back shortly for further details.
Click here for information about our ten-day training programme in attachment-based practice (PDF)