This day is informed by the principles of DDP (Dan Hughes), nurturing attachments (Kim Golding) and non-violent resistance.
Attachment Theory may be the most important area of child development to help adopters and foster carers successfully care for the children and is based on the premise that infants are biologically predisposed to form attachment relationships from which they can experience security and comfort. The young child develops a range of attachment behaviours that are designed to keep the carer close. Some of these behaviours may be negative and it is this which creates disharmony within the adopter and carers home.
Therapeutic parenting is the most effective way to help children move on from these behaviours and towards a more regulated, healing and balanced way of being.
"‘Excellent base knowledge of theory and practical suggestions to develop a sensory menu for our children. Will help to support carers in the work/care of LAC. Thank you, an enlightening training – very enjoyable’."
- Donna Conway – Therapeutic Practitioner -
Member of the International Stress Management Association
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