Supporting developmentally traumatized children & adolescents, Market Harborough, England

4 July 2022 (9:30 am - 4:30 pm)
United Kingdom

Supporting developmentally traumatized children & adolescents

Kim GoldingTrainer: Kim Golding, Clinical Psychologist

This seminar provides an exploration of developmental trauma and its impact on the development of children and young people. We will consider how we can support these young people, with a particular emphasis on providing safe, open and engaged relationships that can rebuild security and trust.

Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy, Parenting and Practice (DDP) is one relationship focused model that can guide parents and practitioners in ways of being that support children and adolescents living with the consequences of developmental trauma. We will explore DDP as a model which can guide parents, educators and therapists, allowing children to experience healthy relational environments that can support them to heal, grow and thrive.

The learning objectives of the Seminar are:

  • How developmental trauma impacts the development of Children and young people.
  • How to support and rebuild security and trust for these young people
  • Theoretical and practical considerations

Who should attend

This day is open to anyone wishing to attend who is working with children and young people.

Lunch and refreshments are included.

More information and bookings

Cost: £100 (inc. VAT)

Date: 4th July 2022

Times: 9:30am – 4:30pm

Venue: Three Swans Hotel, 21 High Street, Market Harborough, Leicestershire, LE16 9QQ

Organised by:  Inspire Me Events

To register your interest or book a place:

Contact: Becky Colver


Tel: 01536 856654

Please visit the Inspire Me Events website for more information and booking instructions or contact the organiser.

Supporting developmentally traumatized children & adolescents, Market Harborough, England at Three Swans Hotel, 4 July 2022
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