Date: Friday 17th August 2018: 9:30am – 12:30pm
Venue: Catharsis Arts Therapy Centre – Derby
Facilitated by Fiona Holiday: A qualified therapeutic play practitioner and teacher who works as a trainer and consultant for schools and other organisations nationwide. Fiona specialises in early childhood (0 to 5 years) as well as personal, social and emotional development.
This half day CPD workshop is designed to increase knowledge and understanding of the research which sits behind Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). We will explore the possible long term impact of toxic stress on health and development. Participants will have the opportunity to watch the documentary, work together and discuss ideas and implications.
Aims of the workshop
Understand the research behind and implications of Adverse Childhood Experiences
Explore the possible impact of childhood trauma on early brain development
Begin to explore the implications on practice
The workshop features a screening of:
RESILIENCE: The Biology of Stress & The Science of Hope
“This acclaimed documentary raises issues that we are maybe reluctant to talk about and highlights that what happens to us in childhood can have a life-long impact. The most powerful message of all is that what is predictable is preventable: if we know that adverse childhood experiences have an impact we can do something about it.
*All participants will be given a CPD certificate upon completion.
To book your place click ‘HERE’ or contact:
Keren Adler | 07807 753547 | [email protected]
Catharsis Creative Arts Therapy Centre