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28 March 2018
Our April 2018 Attachment-Based Practice with Adults course is now fully booked. In October 2018 we are running a follow-up course for people who have attended the first course. More details
10 January 2018
Our April 2018 Attachment-Based Practice with Adults course is now open for booking. We will also be running a follow-up course in October 2018 for people who have attended the first course. More details
1 August 2017
The next available Attachment-Based Practice with Adults course will be held on 24-26 April 2018. The October 2017 course is now fully booked. More details
1 November 2016
We are now taking bookings for our Attachment-Based Practice with Adults course on 21-23 March 2017. More details
13 June 2015
We are now taking bookings for our Attachment-Based Practice with Adults course on 7-9 October 2015. More details
23 February 2015
We are now taking online bookings for our Introduction to Attachment-Based Practice course on 12 June 2015. More details
28 January 2015
Lydia today discussed sex offender treatment on BBC Radio 5 Live in light of a BMJ article questioning its effectiveness.
30 July 2014
Mindfulness, Self-compassion and the Resilient Practitioner - Lydia's article for NOTA News (pages 4&5) now available online
21 July 2014
Changing Offending Behaviour, Clark & Lydia's resource of practical exercises for criminal justice practitioners, is now published and available for purchase. Find out more details and get your copy
16 July 2014
Lydia was interviewed by Eddie Mair in light of the story that more than 650 people have been arrested as part of a six-month operation targeting people accessing child abuse images online. Lydia discussed sex offender treatment and what is known about the risk posed by people who access abusive images online. You can listen to the interview on the BBC website (first interview, at about 7 minutes in). Lydia was also interviewed later in the day on BBC Radio 5 Live about the same story.
01 June 2014
Changing Offending Behaviour is a one-stop resource of practical exercises for professionals to use in direct work with offenders aged 16+. The book will be available in July 2014, but you can read early reviews of the book now, including comments from Professors Fergus McNeill and Shadd Maruna.
15 December 2013
Clark's new book, Mindful Co-working, is an indispensable guide and required reading for anyone who wants to work confidently with colleagues - and enjoy it!
13 November 2013
Be confident, happy and productive in your working relationships: read the pre-publication reviews for Clark's new book, Mindful Co-working
3 October 2013
Lydia's BBC Radio 4 interview - about her personal reflections on working with sex offenders - has been nominated for the Nick Clarke award for outstanding broadcast interviews
26 September 2013
'How attachment theory can transform adult social work and save councils money' - new Community Care article about Change Point's work with the London Borough of Sutton