This renowned professional accredited CPD training uses a simple attachment approach and has been developed around the very latest research. The programme is designed to intervene early when attachment and internal working models are being formed or are most likely to change.
Practitioners will learn how to use this flexible programme for group and individual work and how to use a suite of validated measures to evaluate impact.
The training is ideal for all practitioners working with families who may wish to extend their work to babies and their carers e.g. Play and other Creative Arts Therapists, social workers, teaching staff, midwives, nurses, charity workers, family outreach workers, nursery staff, health educators, children's centre staff -and others.
"This is the best training course I have ever been on"
Play Therapist, UK
This highly regarded training will equip you with a practitioner certificate, 12 accredited CPD points, free licensing agreement, a comprehensive secure online folder of resources, a quality assurance mark and membership to a closed practitioner community.
About the Course Author
Debi Maskell-Graham has over 30 years' experience of working with families and children. She is passionate about empowering parents and carers with new attachment knowledge and evidence-based skills to help strengthen the parent-child relationship from within.
As a Play Therapist, researcher, trainer and consultant, she is known for her ability to translate the very latest in empirical attachment research into accessible, effective and playful practice
She has published widely including policy and governmental reports. Her book "Reflective Functioning and Play: strengthening attachment relationships in families from pregnancy to adolescence" came out in August 2016 along with an accompanying baby book "You're My Hero".
About the Course Leader
Sophia O’Neill is a Play Therapist MA, and a Baby Bonding, Toddler Bonding and Heart to Heart practitioner & trainer; working with families across Dorset.
Sophia is Course Director for the Postgraduate Masters in Practice-Based Play Therapy and newly appointed Director of Research.
Are there ID or minimum age requirements?
This event is for childcare professionals aged 18 years or over. The training is aimed at practitioners working closely with parents and children with a relevant first qualification such as Play and other Creative Arts Therapists, social workers, teaching staff, charity workers, family outreach workers, nursery staff, health staff, children's centre staff - and others.
Do I need to anything to take part?
A notepad and pen is all you need.