Attachment Disorder Training
The parent-child relationship serves as a prototype for the child’s future relationships.
This Attachment disorder training explores Attachment theory as a necessary development framework for making sense of the behaviour of children who have experienced adverse childhood experiences. Complex trauma means that very often they have developed an attachment disorder and a range of maladaptive coping strategies that need to be undone so that they can relearn appropriate skills for social integration.
Attachment is the essential foundation of the therapeutic alliance that a carer needs to build with the child or young person. This relationship is crucial, as it is used by the child as a template to apply to future relationship experiences. Lack of attachment disorder training can disempower the carer and block this healing process.
This Attachment Disorder training will help you to understand attachment theory and the different attachment styles. It will help you understand some of the behaviours you see in your children. It will give you some strategies that will enable you to support children and young people to resolve their attachment disorder and develop successful relationships.