Trauma in school: An Attachment Aware/Trauma Informed Approach - MODULE 6 Support, secondary trauma and vicarious resilience (£10.80 incl VAT)
Who you can turn to for help and the impact on those who do help. This module helps you broaden your thinking and identify who, what, when and how support systems can be developed and maintained for wider community resilience
An attachment perspective on working with young asylum seekers and refugees - Module 7 Knowledge check - £8.40 incl UK VAT
Here’s a short interactive quiz to help you assess your own level of awareness of the kinds of things separated and unaccompanied children and young people may experience, and how to help through attachment aware, trauma informed practice
An attachment perspective on working with young asylum seekers and refugees - Module 6 Vicarious trauma and resilience - £33.60 incl UK VAT
Working alongside traumatised young people can affects us deeply, negatively and positively. What do you and your colleagues, organisation or family need to help you stay stable, strong and empathic, so you can continue to provide sustained support?
An attachment perspective on working with young asylum seekers and refugees - Module 5 How can we help? Attachment aware and trauma informed practice - £67.20 incl UK VAT
Creating an appropriate secure base and a springboard for asylum seeking children, and what is meant by attachment aware, trauma informed practice. What works in your setting, what could work better and when to refer on to specialists?
An attachment perspective on working with young asylum seekers and refugees - Module 4 What is ambiguous loss? - £16.80 incl UK VAT
Loss of so many kinds plays a huge part in the lives of young asylum seekers. This module addresses what is known as ambiguous loss, a term first coined by psychologist Pauline Boss, where a loss is characterised and made more complex by uncertainty
An attachment perspective on working with young asylum seekers and refugees - Module 3 - What are the effects of traumatic separation, and the variables - £33.60 incl UK VAT
How can attachment awareness support our understanding of what may help young asylum seekers? What attachment might mean in this context. Address the traumatic impact of separation and loss, alongside the role of hope and positive memory making