Supporting families of Special Children
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These key areas will be addressed in the workshops by focusing on attachment and re-attachment issues that children in care face while understanding how to communicate effectively.
Understanding children in care workshop will focus on:
- Supporting children who are fostered or adopted
- Nurturing attachment through attachment theory and its impact on attachment and exploration
- Care giving and its impact on attachment and exploration (characteristic of attachment relationship and exploration of behaviour and how it changes through childhood development).
- Patterns of attachments
- Secure attachment patterns
- Organise insecure patterns
- Disorganised/controlling attachment patterns
- Difficulties in development through the impact loss and trauma
- Attachment, relationship and development moving into foster home
- Supporting children with the experience of loss and separation
- Helping children recover through early trauma of adverse parenting and safe placements
- Parenting children with difficulties experiencing relationships as secure
- Understanding attachment theory and how it influences parenting.
- Increased feeling of safety for children through therapeutic help.
- Parenting a child who has not learned to selectively-attach
- The model for parenting a child with difficulties in:
- The challenge of parenting children
- Understanding your child’s attachment history
- What is empathy?
- What is meant by attunement relationships?
- What is a family atmosphere?
- The use of family rituals and claiming behaviours to help children feel that they belong
- Helping children who are angry
- Finding and being aware of stress and coping mechanisms
- Helping the children to enjoy being a part of the family
- Managing special difficulties: lying, stealing and self-harm
- Managing risk of suicide