eTR-UST May 2024

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eTR-UST is an eight-week therapeutic parenting course for parents and carers of children and young people who have experienced early trauma, abuse or neglect. It is particularly well-suited to adoptive parents, foster carers and special guardians. It provides in-depth theory and knowledge, along with practical techniques and strategies for parenting children with attachment difficulties.

Cohort details:

This cohort is planned to start in May 2024

Session dates: 01 May, 08 May, 15 May, 22 May, 05 June, 12 June, 19 June, 26 June

Number of groups available: 3

Times available: Morning (10:00-12:30) or Evening (20:00-22:30)

Course codes: TREMAY46 (AM), TREMAY47 and TREMAY48 (PM)

Cost: £1000 + VAT

Funding deadline: 3 April 2024

Make a referral: Click here

* Please note that we require a fully approved ASF application and purchase order by this date. If you intend to self-fund, we will require payment by this date too.

What is the course like?

All of the sessions incorporate specialist input from highly qualified clinical psychologists and therapists. As well as teaching, participants will also have the opportunity to take part in small group and individual exercises, as well as general group discussions, providing participants with maximum opportunity to understand and practice theories, ideas and skills. This course is facilitated over eight weekly sessions of 2.5 hours per session. There will be a ninth follow up session held 3-4 months after the conclusion of the course. This is a complimentary session and optional for participants to attend. Training is delivered by highly qualified clinical psychologists and therapists with many years’ experience working with trauma and attachment. Exercises, activities, video clips, discussion are used throughout the course to enhance the teaching and content. eTR-UST is hosted virtually, via video conferencing methods. Participants will need a computer or tablet device, internet connection, webcam or device camera and microphone to participate.

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