Wilma's Social Workshops - Building skills to support families

Supporting Children & Adolescents

Workshops

Interventions from Play & Expressive Therapies (Seriously Playful)

Framework and lots of practice to safely facilitate therapeutic interventions, such as drawing, sand tray work etc.
Hands on workshop.

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Social-Emotional Development through Safe Connections (‘Connecting before Correcting’)

Practical applications of the neurobiology of attachment . Great for practitioners offering parenting support, foster parents, education staff and other professionals.

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Supporting Children & their Families (Listening with your heart)

Basics of child development, child-focussed & strength-based assessment & interventions, including strategies from Play & Expressive Therapies. For beginners.

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Trauma Informed Practice with Children & Adolescents (‘T.I.P. and the Iceberg’)

Trauma recovery, using safe relationships, body-based interventions, art and play. For experienced child/adolescent workers.

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Coming Soon

Parent-Child Interventions to Support Attachment (‘Connecting through Play’)

Therapeutic Interventions which help (re)build the Parent-Child Connection after Domestic Violence, Child Abuse & Neglect, using playful approaches.

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Supporting Adolescents & their Families (Needing space to be me)

Description: Developmental needs and challenges of being a teenager, risk taking behaviour and sexual development.

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Counselling Children & Adolescents
Parenting and Family Support
Education and Child Care Sector
For Organisations

Piece of the Puzzle

Connecting through play and creative activities

Research from the areas of neurobiological development and attachment shows us how important it is to first really connect with children and teenagers in order to reach them. We need to find ways   ...click here for more