Name of Training Course: Nurturing Attachments Through Therapeutic Parenting
CPD: During 2019 we received 17 CPD points form SACSSPS. Our application is submitted on a yearly basis and might vary from year to year. Please contact our office to confirm the number of CPD points allocated.
Cost: Please contact our office for a detailed outline of the cost for this training course.
Duration: This is a dual training medium course whereby training is presented both through delegates watches recorded sessions on the online platform, do additional reading and attend in-person and or virtual consultations with the course facilitator. Please contact our office for a detailed outline of the program.
Introduction: A step-by-step structured program providing theory-based strategies for therapeutic parenting for children with attachment difficulties. We have come to understand that Attachment Therapy between parents and children are not effective if we have not first established the necessary foundation with parents in both understanding their own attachment histories and creating an attachment mindset with the parent prior to starting individual attachment therapy. The course provides delegates with a sound theoretical knowledge base on attachment, a structure for a groupwork (or individual) program with parents as well as practical hands-on skills and techniques for individual sessions between parents and children to facilitating secure attachment.
Module 1: Laying the foundation (Attachment focused therapeutic parental guidance for groupwork and/or individual sessions)
Module 2: Therapeutic program for attachment therapy between parents and children
Who this course is for: This course is for any mental health professional (social workers, psychologist, registered counsellors) who work with children and families.
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