Join Dan Hughes and Kim Golding for an online workshop about PACE on Friday, 25 November 2022.
‘Reaching into the Hurt Child’s Mind and Heart with PACE’ will be hosted from the UK and run by Scottish Attachment in Action (SAIA), and run from 1pm – 4pm GMT (8am – 11am EST). Tickets costs £45 or £20 for SAIA Members.
“Join Dan Hughes and Kim Golding as they chat about the therapeutic, parenting and practitioner attitude of PACE. PACE empowers us to achieve togetherness in working with, around and for children and young people who have experienced relational trauma.
PACE nurtures the journey from harm to healing, enabling children to experience safety, comfort and joy in relationships.”
More information about the workshop can be found on the SAIA event page, and you can book your tickets directly on Eventbrite.
Please contact the workshop organiser, Scottish Attachment in Action, directly if you have any questions.
What is PACE?
PACE is a way of thinking, feeling, communicating and behaving that aims to make the child feel safe. It stands for playfulness, acceptance, curiosity and empathy. A detailed description can be found on our What is meant by PACE? page.