Understanding Blocked Care Training for Professionals

Loading Events

This one-day course for professionals working with adoptive parents, SGO carers or foster carers who may be at risk of or currently experiencing blocked care. It is designed to provide an understanding of the theory and research behind the brain science of blocked care, as well as strategies for assessing blocked care and supporting parents/carers.

Training details:

Date: 16 July 2024

Time: 9:30-16:30 (with 1 hour for lunch)

Hours: 6 hours

Course code: UBCJUL01

Cost: £115 per person

Application/payment deadline: 2 July 2024

Booking multiple places:

If you would like to buy multiple places (10+), please contact our training team. We would be delighted to offer you a 10% discount.

What is our Pre-Verbal Trauma Webinar and Workshop?

This in-depth Pre-Verbal Trauma Training course is delivered by two highly qualified clinicians with extensive experience in working with trauma and attachment difficulties. It has been developed in-house by Gateway Psychology. The course is designed to provide attendees with an in-depth understanding of the science behind blocked care. It also helps proffessionals understand how they can assess parents/carers experiencing blocked care, as well as how to provide robust support to them.

It is delivered online via Zoom.

Who is it suitable for?

This training programme is suitable for social workers, support workers, clinicians and other professionals working with children and young people who have experienced trauma.

Please note that this course is not suitable for parents/carers.

How to apply:

Please purchase your ticket for this programme using the link above.

If you wish to bulk-book places on this programme, we may be able to consider a discount. Please contact us to discuss further.

Terms and conditions

Spaces are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. The application form reserves a place on our list, and the payment confirms the place. We cannot confirm a place without payment, which must be received by the funding deadline. If we receive payment after the deadline, we cannot guarantee that you will be able to attend the course.

Please note that spaces are charged per person and not per household. Unregistered participants will be asked to leave the course. If we do not receive all payments by the deadline, we may cancel the course.

We may also cancel the course if we do not receive enough applications by the deadline. We require a minimum number of participants for the course to go ahead.

If you choose not to attend after payment is made and the funding deadline has passed, this is classed as a late-notice cancellation and we will not be able to offer a refund.

Go to Top