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BADth CPD Day - 'Looked-After Children and Attachment' with Karen Eastwood in York on Saturday 13 January 2018

This day is designed to raise awareness of how trauma and attachment difficulties can impact on children and young people. Through a practical exploration of attachment styles the workshop will give an opportunity to share experiences of what it’s like to work with this vulnerable client group. The workshop will also allow the group to consider how an educational environment can reinforce old scripts and how the therapist can work with the young person, at home and school to acknowledge and address the challenges that the young person faces.  Please click here to download a booking form and further details. (PDF711kb)

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