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Young People and the Culture of Violence Managing Behaviour, Working with Children and Young People
This workshop will examine how some young people have come to see their world as a hostile and threatening place. We will consider the impact of parenting behaviours and explore constructs from Attachment Theory such as “containment” and “Internal Working Models”.
Working with Parents: Advanced Level Workshop Working with Families
This intermediate workshop is intended for those who have already attended working with parents training or who have significant experience in working with parents in their day-to-day work.
Following the different parenting styles explored in the first session, this workshop will explore the neglectful parenting style with which the most consistently negative outcomes for children are associated.
We will also explore the concept of adult attachment, with particular regard to the development of negative parenting styles.
Working with ADHD and the Autistic Spectrum - Present Practice and New Developments Additional Support Needs
Intended for those who have attended Introduction to working with ADHD and the Autistic spectrum or who work regularly with these groups of children and young people and their carers, this training session will examine recent developments in research and more advanced techniques for working with these groups of young people and the challenges they can present.
Attendees will benefit from the opportunity to share their own professional experiences and knowledge and to exchange ideas.
New Routes to Managing Anger Managing Behaviour, Working with Children and Young People, Health and Wellbeing
Over recent years our knowledge of how the brain develops and functions has increased dramatically due to the work of Neuroscientists. This growing volume of research has offered us significant insight into how emotions such as anger can be effectively processed and indeed managed. The course will examine this and the cognitive approach and cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) techniques which can help young people alter their thought processes to bring about changes in their emotional states.
The course format will be a combination of presentation, discussion and experiential work.
Monitoring and Evaluation
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The workshop will provide practical support to applicants on evidencing need, developing outcomes, and developing tools to monitor and evaluate their projects.
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