When: Tuesday 29 May 2018, 9.30am-12.30pm.
Where: The Board Room, Sports House, Saxton Complex, 142 Saxton Road East, Stoke, Nelson.
Organised by Safeguarding Children Initiative.
Cost: $50. Register now
Attachment and vulnerability theory is an essential basis for understanding neglect and abuse. It demonstrates the links between a carer’s own childhood and their adult mental health, approach to relationships and parenting style.
Secure attachment is a protective factor that greatly reduces the risk of abuse and neglect and increases the likelihood of better outcomes for children and families.
Includes:• Introduction to child development theories• Introduction to attachment theories•Vulnerability factors• Attachment disorders• Strategies to improve attachment.
Submitted on Thu, 2018-05-03 15:21