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Bespoke AATR Certificate – AATR Certificate – New for 2020

Virtual Schools Team Training
A specialist 7 day training for all those on the Virtual School Team

Those responsible for children in care and those care-experienced need to be at the cutting edge, ready to lead progressive schools into attachment-aware, trauma-responsive policy and practice (AATR). Based on the latest research in child development, attachment, and neuroscience, this course supports those providing advices, leading groups, managing transitions, facilitating PEPs and LAC reviews, so that all those who have suffered Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) can have every opportunity possible to recover and function well at home, in their schools, and out and about in their local communities. AATR support facilitates inclusion on every level. After running a successful pilot in Middlesbrough, it has been decided to roll out the course in this new academic year 2019/20. This specialist 7-day course is designed to increase confidence and skill in communicating well on behalf of children and young people in care or care-experienced, who are often communicating distress through their behaviours. The course will cover a lot of relevant and up-to-date content such as what ACEs are, what recovery from ACEs looks like, what toxic stress can do to both bodies and minds, intersubjectivity theory when there has been disruption, and polyvagal theory, in relation to how our nervous systems function and what happens when things go wrong. We will be considering how human beings function best by respecting biology. We will do this by following the neurosequential model recommended by Dr Bruce Perry (child trauma expert) – Regulate, Relate and Reason.

We will also be adding in the importance of Repair as these children and young people have toxic shame in the mix and so will need differentiated support for this. The course will challenge who we are, how we are, and what we do, by teaching how to integrate Theraplay, Sensory Attachment Interventions (SAI) and Dyadic Developmental Practice (DDP) informed practice as part of their advocacy work

Community Contexts – A specialist 7 day training for those working out and about in community or church contexts

Seven Day Intensive
For more info please contact: info@touchbase.org.uk

Bespoke AATR Certificate – AATR Certificate – New for 2020

Virtual Schools Team Training
A specialist 7 day training for all those on the Virtual School Team

NEW for 2021

Those responsible for children in care and those care-experienced need to be at the cutting edge, ready to lead progressive schools into attachment-aware, trauma-responsive policy and practice (AATR). Based on the latest research in child development, attachment, and neuroscience, this course supports those providing advices, leading groups, managing transitions, facilitating PEPs and LAC reviews, so that all those who have suffered Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) can have every opportunity possible to recover and function well at home, in their schools, and out and about in their local communities. AATR support facilitates inclusion on every level. After running a successful pilot in Middlesbrough, it has been decided to roll out the course in this new academic year 2019/20. This specialist 7-day course is designed to increase confidence and skill in communicating well on behalf of children and young people in care or care-experienced, who are often communicating distress through their behaviours. The course will cover a lot of relevant and up-to-date content such as what ACEs are, what recovery from ACEs looks like, what toxic stress can do to both bodies and minds, intersubjectivity theory when there has been disruption, and polyvagal theory, in relation to how our nervous systems function and what happens when things go wrong. We will be considering how human beings function best by respecting biology. We will do this by following the neurosequential model recommended by Dr Bruce Perry (child trauma expert) – Regulate, Relate and Reason.

We will also be adding in the importance of Repair as these children and young people have toxic shame in the mix and so will need differentiated support for this. The course will challenge who we are, how we are, and what we do, by teaching how to integrate Theraplay, Sensory Attachment Interventions (SAI) and Dyadic Developmental Practice (DDP) informed practice as part of their advocacy work

Community Contexts – A specialist 7 day training for those working out and about in community or church contexts

NEW for 2021
Seven Day Intensive
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For more info please contact: info@touchbase.org.uk

What clients say:

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We were very fortunate  that Louise was able to deliver the 7 day AATR certificate  to  Middlesbrough Virtual School core staff.

The wealth of knowledge  and expertise gained has made such a positive impact to the way our service runs  and we have seen some really life changing outcomes for our children.

What clients say:

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We were very fortunate  that Louise was able to deliver the 7 day AATR certificate  to  Middlesbrough Virtual School core staff.

The wealth of knowledge  and expertise gained has made such a positive impact to the way our service runs  and we have seen some really life changing outcomes for our children.

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