Saturday 6th April 2019
10am – 1pm (arrival from 9.45am)
Shorne Woods Country Park – Training Room
(Brewers Rd.,Shorne, DA12 3HX. Off A2 near Gravesend)
Trainer: Angela Thorne BA; DipCouns; CertEd
Who should attend?
Counsellors, therapists, social workers and front-line workers with children and adults.
The workshop provides information about the development of healthy attachments in infancy. We look at how the experience of unhealthy attachments affects individuals’ behaviour and cognitive systems. We explore how those with flawed attachments experience the world, and intimate relationships, throughout their lives, and how we can work therapeutically with both children and adults, to help them to develop less toxic coping strategies, and create healthier relationships.
Attachment is usually thought of in terms of children’s social development and emotional needs,but is important throughout life.
Poor attachments can certainly cause havoc in adult relationships, so the workshop should be useful for therapist working with children or adults.
Cost £50 (£45 with Early Bird fee booked before 15th of March)
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Refreshments provided from 9.45am
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