Unit 12 – Understanding the challenges and benefits of group sibling placements, and the impact which placing a child, or sibling group has on existing children and the therapeutic parents. (optional unit)
Guided Learning Hours (GLH): 22
Unit 12 is an optional unit giving the learner opportunities to explore the complex issues which arise when a sibling group is adopted or fostered, or where a child is adopted into an existing birth family, or where a new sibling joins the family.
The learner will be able to recognise the challenges and the benefits of group sibling placements and the impact which placing a child or sibling group has on existing children and the Therapeutic Parents.
This unit requires the learner to develop awareness of the complexity of needs and conflicting emotions which may well arise within the family as a result of a sibling adoption from different perspectives within the family group. In addition, the learner will consider the impact on the Therapeutic Parent of meeting many complex and conflicting needs. It will also examine the challenges faced in maintaining Therapeutic Parenting techniques.
This unit is part of the Level 3 Diploma in Therapeutic Parenting. Individuals who decide to purchase the course from this page do so at their own risk, and the cost of the course is non refundable.
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Please note the NATP members 50% discount does not apply to the Diploma in Therapeutic Parenting, however members do get the diploma at a reduced cost, please enquire to find out more.
This unit is part of the Diploma in Therapeutic Parenting which is unregulated qualification accredited with the Awarding Body NCFE. It is aimed at parents who are caring for children who have experienced developmental trauma. It is also aimed at supporting professionals who are working with families in order to support them, which can be used as evidence for Continuing Professional Development.
This unit is comprised of 3 learning outcomes which must be completed for the unit to be achieved.
The learner will be able to identify and describe in detail the benefits and additional parenting challenges which may arise as a result of placing a sibling group, including an explanation of how placing a sibling group can lead to re-enactment of abuse and how placing a sibling group can lead to re-traumatisation.
Learners will develop an understanding of the impact that the introduction of a child may have on existing children in the family, the therapeutic parent, and on themselves. The learner will be able to describe the impact of a child may have on existing children in the family. Learners will explore both the positive and negative impact on the traumatised child, the therapeutic parent and existing children in the family.
Learners will explore the impact which contact with separated siblings has on the child and the therapeutic parent. The learner will be able to identify and describe the impact of contact with separated siblings, on the child. The outcome also explores both positive and negative effects that contact with the child's separated siblings, has on the therapeutic parent.
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