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Seminar

  • Date
    26.Apr.2017
    Venue: 
    Edinburgh
    Time: 
    Full day
    Event type: 
    Cost
    £89.00

    Foundations of Literacy: A Seminar with Sue Palmer

    Literacy doesn’t come naturally to human beings. In order to become committed readers and writers, children must first develop a wide range of abilities that underpin literacy acquisition – abilities that depend upon the right sort of support and experiences in their early years.Read more

  • Date
    12.May.2017
    Venue: 
    Edinburgh
    Time: 
    Full day
    Event type: 
    Cost
    £89.00

    Supporting learners with dyslexia in mainstream classrooms: a seminar with Moira Thomson MBE

    All teachers should have ‘core knowledge’ of dyslexia characteristics in order to help them to make adjustments to their practice that will prevent discrimination and substantial disadvantage.Read more

  • Date
    24.May.2017
    Venue: 
    Edinburgh
    Time: 
    9.30-15.30 (full day)
    Event type: 
    Cost
    £80.10

    Childhood bereavement and working with the traumatised child: a seminar with Betsy de Thierry

    Trauma is "the most avoided, ignored, belittled, denied, misunderstood, and untreated cause of human suffering" (Levine & Kline, 2007). When trauma is processed in the context of a warm and genuine relationship, it can be minimised or transformed into greater resilience, thus changing the impact on the child and their future.Read more

  • Date
    08.Jun.2017
    Venue: 
    Edinburgh
    Time: 
    Full day
    Event type: 
    Cost
    £89.00

    Making primary maths more creative: a seminar with Rob Eastaway

    Make learning maths creative and achievable for children and young people inside and outside of the classroom.Read more

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  • Date
    09.Jun.2017
    Venue: 
    Glasgow
    Time: 
    Full-day
    Event type: 

    Understanding and addressing suicidality in young people

    The effective assessment and treatment of suicidality can be challenging and anxiety provoking for those working with young people. This practical and therapeutically inclined one-day seminar overviews current psychological research and clinical approaches to managing suicidality, with specific emphasis on explaining the therapeutic approach of the evidence-based model: Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality (CAMS) (authored by Professor David Jobes).Read more

  • Date
    13.Jun.2017
    Venue: 
    Glasgow
    Time: 
    9.30-15.30 (full day)
    Event type: 
    Cost
    £80.10

    Understanding Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA) Syndrome in children

    Pathological Demand Avoidance Syndrome (PDA) is increasingly recognised as part of the autism spectrum. This seminar offers an opportunity to work towards an understanding of the PDA profile, and provides discussion of the different emphasis needed in supporting these pupils effectively.Read more

  • Date
    16.Jun.2017
    Venue: 
    Edinburgh
    Time: 
    9.30-15.30 (full day)
    Event type: 
    Cost
    £80.10

    Autism and anxiety: a seminar with Alex Lowery

    In this one-day seminar, Alex, a young man who was diagnosed with autism at the age of four, will use his own personal experience to help professionals to have a better understanding of the young person with autism.Read more

  • Date
    09.Aug.2017
    Venue: 
    EDINBURGH
    Time: 
    10.00-13.00 (half-day)
    Event type: 
    Cost
    £0.00

    Guardianship and power of attorney for children, young people and their families

    Gillespie Macandrew’s specialist in incapacity and mental disability law will provide you with a range of insights and advice which will help you to plan for your children’s future.Read more

  • Date
    24.Aug.2017
    Venue: 
    Edinburgh
    Time: 
    Half day
    Event type: 
    Cost
    £0.00

    The impact of imprisonment of families, children and young people

    Imprisonment of a family member can be a traumatic experience for children, and its impact significant and enduring. It is estimated that imprisonment affects 27,000 children in Scotland each year. Children with a parent in prison face significant challenges including trauma and stigma. They are more likely to come from families with complex needs and less likely to meet child wellbeing indicators.Read more

  • Date
    06.Sep.2017
    Venue: 
    Aberdeen
    Time: 
    9.30-15.30 (full day)
    Event type: 
    Cost
    £80.10

    Life story work with troubled children: a seminar with Richard Rose

    Life Story Work offers deep reflective work with a child to help them develop a coherent and accurate story of their lives and the lives of people closest to them. This is key for their understanding and acceptance of who they are and their past experiences. Life Story Work is also about assimilating past events and the effect that significant people in their lives have had on their self image, self-esteem, sense of self and common self-states.Read more

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