Lecturer practitioner Andrew Bagnall conducts a study day
Atlas: Attachment Theory and Childhood Bereavement

4pm - Tuesday 11th June 2019

This twilight workshop is aimed at anyone working with children professionally who is interested in learning about the role of ‘attachment’ in childhood bereavement.

Attachment Theory was first developed by John Bowlby in the 1960s and continues to be developed and accepted as being of core importance in childhood development.

Understanding how to support a child to draw on an effective attachment style to navigate their way through bereavement, or how to help a child improve their way of relating at times of bereavement, can make a real difference to the child and to the school environment.

Through presentations and discussions, this workshop is a brief introduction to Attachment Theory in childhood bereavement. It aims to equip delegates with enough knowledge and skills to enable them to apply Attachment Theory in their work with children who are anticipating bereavement or who have been bereaved.

Ideally you will have completed our ‘Helping Bereaved Children’ introductory course as this provides a foundation in how loss impacts on childhood development.

Target audience

All those who work in schools, community, health and social care with children

Cost

£20.00 (Free to Wolverhampton school staff) To include lunch and refreshments, and certificate of attendance.

Time

16:00 – 18:00

Venue

Compton Learning and Development Centre, The Cedars, 39 Compton Road West, Wolverhampton, WV3 9DW.

Download the study day flyer here



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Add to Calendar 2019-06-11 16:00:00 2019-06-11 18:00:00 United Kingdom/London Atlas: Attachment Theory and Childhood Bereavement

This twilight workshop is aimed at anyone working with children professionally who is interested in learning about the role of ‘attachment’ in childhood bereavement.

Attachment Theory was first developed by John Bowlby in the 1960s and continues to be developed and accepted as being of core importance in childhood development.

Understanding how to support a child to draw on an effective attachment style to navigate their way through bereavement, or how to help a child improve their way of relating at times of bereavement, can make a real difference to the child and to the school environment.

Through presentations and discussions, this workshop is a brief introduction to Attachment Theory in childhood bereavement. It aims to equip delegates with enough knowledge and skills to enable them to apply Attachment Theory in their work with children who are anticipating bereavement or who have been bereaved.

Ideally you will have completed our ‘Helping Bereaved Children’ introductory course as this provides a foundation in how loss impacts on childhood development.

Target audience

All those who work in schools, community, health and social care with children

Cost

£20.00 (Free to Wolverhampton school staff) To include lunch and refreshments, and certificate of attendance.

Time

16:00 – 18:00

Venue

Compton Learning and Development Centre, The Cedars, 39 Compton Road West, Wolverhampton, WV3 9DW.

Download the study day flyer here

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