This course will be led by Claudia McGowan of Nightingale Community Academy.
This session will provide a brief overview of attachment theory history and origins. It will explore ideas around attachment and how our attachment style influences present relationships. We will explore common presentations linked to attachment difficulties, and we’ll use case studies to illustrate some of the interactions we may expect to have when engaging with children who may be experiencing attachment difficulties. Practical strategies and ideas to address problematic behaviours in class will also be discussed, whilst looking at practical issues in relationship building, the promotion of self-regulation through co-regulation and interpreting behaviour through the lens of attachment.
Aimed at: Teaching professionals from Primary and Secondary schools, SENCO’S, Senior leaders
Date: 02 March 2021
Time: 16:00 - 17:15
Spaces are offered free by the WTSA. However, there will be a £40 administration charge for non-attendance if you book a space and do not cancel in advance if you can no longer attend.Book now I have a question