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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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.
The Diploma in Therapeutic Parenting is made up of 10 units altogether, this comprises of 7 compulsory units and in addition a choice of 3 option units. Learners will be required to complete a total of 10 units of study.
This introductory unit is a key element to the course giving the learner a new perspective on the underlying causes of Developmental Trauma. By reviewing this knowledge in the context of their own child; the learner will achieve greater understanding of factors which underlie some of the social, emotional, cognitive and behavioural issues which can have an adverse effect on family life. Using a case study as a basis for research, learners will explore the fundamental issues involved in early development, including attachment, neurological development and the hierarchy of needs proposed by Abraham Maslow. This will enable the learner to reconsider the behaviours of their child in the light of how their backgrounds were deficient in specific areas of emotional, physical, social or cognitive needs.
The unit is divided into 3 learning outcomes which the learner will need to achieve in order to complete this part of the course.
Learning Outcome 1 – Understand the causes of developmental trauma.
The learner will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the causes of developmental trauma and how this can occur as a result of failure of an attuned relationship, in utero damage, chronic illness and pain or neglect and abuse. The learner will focus on emotional and social domains of development and be able to discuss these in the context of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs.
Learning Outcome 2 – Understand the physical & neurological and psychological & emotional effects of developmental trauma.
This outcome enables the learner to research and reflect on the impact of developmental trauma across developmental domains (Physical, Psychological, Neurological, Cognitive, Emotional and Social). The learner will gain understanding of the reasons why traumatised children can develop challenging modes of behaviour (adapted to survive) and why these are resistant to change.
Learning Outcome 3 – Demonstrate basic understanding of attachment theory.
Bringing the unit to a practical close the learner will be able to explain the principles of attachment theory and identify the significant patterns in attachment, in order to understand why some children need Therapeutic Parenting. Using the information and research which underpins this unit, and drawing on the case study provided, learners will discuss examples and demonstrate their understanding.
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