A workshop for Berkshire adopters, foster carers, kinship carers, and families of children with early life trauma.
Behaviours associated with insecure attachments can be challenging for parents/carers to manage at the best of times. During this interactive session, Nuala Hemphill will explore the difficulties that lock-down presents for the child or young person with insecure or reactive attachment.
It is intended to help parents and carers understand what is going on for themselves as well as the child or young person, so that they can develop a toolkit of strategies to use to respond and support, to re-frame, and feel more in control of their parenting during this lock-down period.
- Date: Thursday 21 May
- Time: 12.30pm – 2pm
- Cost: £5
- Book here
We are very grateful for funding from The National Lottery Community Fund which allows us to provide this workshop for a small charge. It will be lead by specialist parenting practitioners Nuala Hemphill and Zobia Kalim. Other areas of PSC work receive no funding at all, for example our Helpline, so we are always grateful for any donations however large or small. We will be using the Q&A function to allow you to ask questions during the workshop.