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Guiding Children’s Behaviour for Connection Forum – Featuring Trent Savill
March 23 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
A FORUM FOR EDUCATORS, TEACHERS AND OTHER PROFESSIONALS WORKING WITH SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN
Featuring workshop by TRENT SAVILL
Trent is a consultant therapist and the Director of Complex Care. Trent has been working with complex and high-risk young people in the child-protection system for the last 15 years, providing consultancy to the Department of Communities (Child Safety) and Non-government sector, intensive in-home therapy to children and families, training to carers and professionals, and has previously coordinated residential care programs. Trent’s primary role now involves consulting with the Department and other agencies around their most complex cases and delivering training around the provision of therapeutic care for our most at-risk and vulnerable children.
- Neurobiology of stress
- Understanding attachment
- Foundations of empathy and self-regulation
- Building emotional regulation
- Facilitating attachment and trust
This workshop is designed to assist professionals to reinterpret children’s behaviour by reflecting on their developmental needs and experiences, including stress, trauma, attachment and cognitive skills.
This training will simplify contemporary research and through integration with practice wisdom, provide real hands-on strategies for supporting children to develop the skills required to self-regulate.
Where: Professional Learning Institute, Glenorchy
When: Saturday 23 March 2019
Time: 9:00am registration for 9:30am start – 4:00pm
Cost: $165 (excl. GST)
DO YOU WORK IN OUTSIDE SCHOOL HOURS CARE?
The Department of Education, Education and Care Unit (ECU), and Gowrie Training and Consultancy Tasmania are pleased to offer subsidised funded places through the ECU’s Grant Program for the education and care sector to participate in the Guiding Children’s Behaviour for Connection forum by Trent Saville to be held in Hobart.
CLICK HERE to find out more about this heavily subsidised opportunity.