Centre of Excellence in Childhood Trauma Organise Conference ‘Chaos to Cake’ to Support Others

Announcing a conference aimed at professionals working with children from trauma i.e. social workers, social work managers, youth offending, teachers/ head teachers, SEN support, police, health professionals, residential staff and of course ALL Therapeutic Parents.

We are pleased to support our clients COECT in sharing the news about their conference on the 19th November.

 

Studies show following a traumatic event, a child is at huge risk of developing mental illnesses. About 25% who’ve experienced this have developed PTSD, depression or anxiety disorders. The founders of The Centre of Excellence in Childhood Trauma (COECT) recognised this. 

 

With a passion for helping, the organisation decided to generate a national conference, taking place 19th November 2021 in the National Conference Centre, Coventry Road, Solihull. The conference is mainly aimed at therapeutic parents, such as adopters, foster parents and supporting social workers, giving survival strategies that top tier experts suggest.

 

The conference name ‘Survival Strategies for Therapeutic Parents- from Chaos to Cake’ was chosen due to the demand from therapeutic parents for easy access strategies to help them to reduce stress levels and improve the lives of children in their care. Therapeutic parents care for children who suffer, or have suffered, trauma and their resulting behaviours can be exhausting, relentless and difficult to understand. An important part of the support given to these parents by The Centre of Excellence in Child Trauma involves

  • Meaningful Listening
  • Access to support groups (with cake)!
  • Simple, effective tried and tested strategies 

 

A program has now been set in place for the event, with many speakers including Author and Therapist Sarah Naish and Psychotherapist Sarah Dillon. 

 

“We are so excited to be able to share such a diverse variety of support strategies with therapeutic parents, social workers and managers at this year’s conference. This ranges from identifying and managing violence, with pointers about where to go to help, right through to practical tools such as our behaviour management programmes, and ways to help parents feel less isolated.”

 

To book your place and find more information visit our website  – The Centre of Excellence in Child Trauma National Conference ‘Survival Strategies for Therapeutic Parents’ | Trauma Revolution (inspiretraininggroup.com)

 

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