CPD and Twilight Sessions

Informative, inspiring and practical!

Our CPD and twilight sessions are designed to close the gap between theory and practice and inspire changes in thought and approaches. Sessions are 1-2 hours and can be adapted to suit your needs.

Help give staff insight into key issues and give them tangible, practical strategies and solutions they can do to make a difference in their work.

CPD sessions

You can book these sessions as Live webinars or pre-recorded webinars for your team. Some of these titles cover similar content but in different contexts. If you have a particular topic in mind, please reach out so we can discuss your thoughts.

How does insecure attachment impact children’s behaviour (and what do)
How childhood trauma and difficult behaviour are linked and what to do to help

Learn how childhood trauma and adversity impact’s children’s brain development, thoughts, beliefs and behaviours and explore the ‘why’ behind some of the challenging behaviour you are seeing. Then learn how to support your children with regard to responses, language, relationship building and boundaries that do not include punishment, following a trauma informed framework.

How technology and social media impacts children and how to take some control back a home
How technology and social media impacts children and how to take some control back at home

In this session we will explore the impact that social media, technology and gaming have on children and young people’s mental health, wellbeing and behaviour. We will look at why children get addicted to their technology, how trauma can increase usage, and what you can do to help support them. An eye opening session that will benefit everyone with children.

Supporting children’s behaviour through connection
What attachment aware means and how make changes that will meet your children’s needs

You may have done training on attachment before, but do you know how a child’s experience of attachment shows up in children’s behaviour and relationships on a practical day to day basis? Do you know how school can trigger insecure attachment and how some behaviour strategies at home can? This session gets specific and explores how children’s attachment experiences are affecting their behaviour, thoughts, beliefs and expectations, we then look at what you can actually do about it in your approaches.

Helping children learn how to self-regulate and develop the tools they need to manage difficult feelings
Helping children self-regulate and manage their emotions

Increasing numbers of children are struggling to calm down and are reaching a state of dysregulation in response to difficult situations. Learn how to help children understand and manage their emotions and behaviours in school with particular attention on how to help them self-regulate and calm down. This session includes step by step approaches, techniques and strategies.

Developing emotional intelligence vs stopping ‘bad’ behaviour
Developing emotional intelligence vs stopping ‘bad’ behaviour

Learn how behaviour and mental health are linked and reframe ‘bad behaviour.’ Learn how to move away from punitive, disconnection and toward connective approaches that will help children feel emotionally safe and develop their emotional intelligence skills. Help them manage their own behaviour and have insight into their emotions. In this session we will tentatively challenge perceptions and reframe our role when approaching difficult behaviour. Underpinned by trauma informed and attachment aware approaches.

Supporting your child with contact
Supporting your child with contact

Contact can be very difficult for both carers and the children and often feels out of your control. For the children it can leave them unsettled, increasing challenging behaviour. In this session we will look at strategies and tips to help your child navigate contact and give you the tools to enhance feelings of emotional safety before and after. We will also look at how to manage cancelled contact sessions or difficult circumstances that might arise in contact.

Training Foster carers
Creating a whole agency therapeutic approach: what does it look like and where to begin

This is an introductory session to our whole agency therapeutic approach designed for SSW and management who want a wrap around approach but don’t know where to begin. This session explores why a whole agency approach is so vital to improving outcomes for children with close attention on retention, relationships and burn out. We will look at our wrap around care package and our vision for raising standards in the care sector.

“Really, really informative. Fascinatingly interesting!”

Foster Carer

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“Outstanding information. Outstanding presentation…Essential learning for all professionals working with children.” – Supervising Social Worker

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