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TCLO 2024 – Children in Need: Born to Love and Be Loved l 3:30pm
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“Born to Love and Be Loved” is a comprehensive and CPD-accredited training session designed to equip participants with the knowledge, skills, and communication techniques that are necessary to create a safe and nurturing environment for young people. This session focuses on promoting healthy attachment, helping young people regulate their emotions, and building meaningful relationships that offer effective support.
Participants will explore key principles of attachment and gain insights into how to cultivate stronger connections with young people. By understanding attachment theory, participants will learn strategies for building trust, fostering secure relationships, and providing a supportive framework for young people's emotional well-being.
One crucial aspect of this session is understanding the survival response, which examines how young people react to threatening situations. Participants will explore the flight, fight, freeze, or flop responses and develop a toolkit of techniques to appropriately respond to each survival response, ensuring that young people feel understood, safe, and supported.
The session also delves into parenting styles and their influence on a young person's development. Participants will examine the impact of different parenting approaches, identify effective strategies for promoting positive parenting, and explore how nurturing relationships can positively shape a young person's emotional and behavioural growth.
Furthermore, the session addresses the profound impact of domestic violence and child abuse on young people. Participants will gain insights into how trauma can shape a young person's behaviour and develop an understanding of trauma-informed approaches to support their healing and growth.
By the end of the "Born to Love and Be Loved" session, participants will be able to:
- Utilise effective communication techniques to create a safe and supportive environment for young people, enabling them to feel heard, understood, and valued.
- Understand and apply key principles of attachment to build meaningful relationships with young people, promoting a sense of security and emotional well-being.
- Recognise and appropriately respond to the flight, fight, freeze, or flop survival responses in young people, fostering a sense of safety and helping them regulate their emotions.
- Analyse different parenting styles and their influence on a young person's development, acquiring strategies to promote positive parenting practices and support healthy emotional growth.
- Comprehend the impact of domestic violence and child abuse on young people's behaviour, emotions, and overall well-being, and employ trauma-informed approaches to provide effective support.