Wilma's Social Workshops - Building skills to support families



(Feedback from participants of previous workshops)

Presentation on Trauma Informed Practice in a High School with drop-out youth:

Thank you so much for your presentation today - you were such an engaging and caring trainer who really connected so well with all of us. I so appreciated your frankness and genuineness! I know everyone learned some valuable information and we have started an important trauma-informed conversation at Future Links as a result of your presentation today”. Poppy YMCA

What people say about the workshops and about Wilma as a facilitator:

  • Very experienced and knowledgeable presenter, who responded well to peoples questions from their work practice.
  • Refreshing to see a presenter who is so open and honest.
  • Great training really enjoyed these last two days!
  • I keep coming back for more; I really love Wilma's workshops
  • Very interactive and informative – I enjoyed it a lot
  • Thoroughly enjoyed the workshop, spending time role playing and practising the activities of each form of play
  • Loved it – love Wilma. I can see how safe & supported children would feel with her – enjoyed the experience
  • Engaging training with many practical and hands on activities. Provided lots of suggestions and new ideas.
  • Thank you for sharing all your experience, stories and knowledge. I have learnt a lot and reel re-inspired.
  • I've learned to stay with the process and the child's experience, rather than rushing to solutions.
  • You have helped me to decide that I really want to start working with children, you've given me the confidence to do it.
  • I have a deeper understanding of attachment and how to help children learn to self-regulate





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