In this webinar or workshop, participants learn how to use a Trauma-Informed perspective to better understand the relational, neurobiological and developmental impact of trauma on children, youth and their caregivers.
This workshop examines some of the self-defeating solutions families attempt and ways this can confuse and distract helpers from establishing constructive working contracts with them. It will identify frequently encountered “process traps” and explore ways to increase maneuverability in creating a useful therapeutic focus.
This workshop will provide an organization with the basis for ethical practice for maintaining and improving quality of service. It is the process to plan, seek, advocate for and monitor services on behalf of the “people we support.
This 3 hour workshop will deepen the understanding of attachment patterns in our clients, using Circle of Security as a model to understand our role in assisting our clients, and also the clients’ defenses against our interventions. This Knowledge will inform case planning decisions for the children of concern plus the adult clients.