Effective Strategies for Attachment Behaviours in Children & Young People in Schools Course With Jogo Behaviour Support
- No Forthcoming Dates
- Behaviours for Learning, SEND
- Leadership, Teaching & Learning
- Lunch Not Included
- Refreshments Not Included
One aspect of Attachment theory is the importance of the early relationships developed between the child and their care givers.
Children initially gain an understanding of themselves, relationships and their perception of the world from their relationship experiences with their care givers. These early attachment experiences can have a considerable impact on children and young people’s behaviour and learning. It is essential for all practitioners involved in Education, Social Care and Health to have a clear understanding of attachment theory and its implications for learning and behaviour.
This course will provide you with an introductory theoretical base whilst exploring different effective strategies and interventions to support the learning of children and young people with issues around attachment.
The benefits of attending this course:
You will gain an introductory knowledge of Attachment theory and the implications it has on the behaviour and learning of children and young people.
You will develop strategies and interventions to support attachment behaviours in children and young people.
- You will gain an understanding of when children and young people require additional support.
Sonia Murray – Jogo Behaviour Support Consultant
Sonia Murray has worked in a specialist school for children with complex social, emotional and behavioural difficulties for 22 years. She has experience of supporting children, young people and their families both in special schools and mainstream provisions. She holds a Diploma in Social Work and is a registered Play Therapist and Supervisor. She is a is a Strategic Attachment Lead with Brighton University and Louise Bomber. She has 32 years' experience as a practitioner in the fields of attachment, education, child abuse, social, emotional and behavioural difficulties, children's mental health, childhood trauma, parenting programmes and Play Therapy. She has supported staff, other professionals, children, young people and families in all of these areas.
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