A course for Foster Carers, Adopters and Other Professionals who wish to understand the difference between 'standard' parenting and 'therapeutic' parenting. This course is essential for anyone wishing to progress to other courses relating to P.A.C.E, Attachment, and Effects of Trauma. These courses are all run by Inspire Training Group, part of Fostering Attachments Ltd.
You may have come across the term 'therapeutic parenting' when attending meetings as a foster carer or adopter. When we go out to deliver training to fostering and adoption agencies we are often asked by carers what the term actually means. This short course has been devised to give carers a quick overview about what therapeutic parenting actually means and why we use that term.
This course is the first of many and is designed to complement of face-to-face training courses. Naturally we understand that online training is more accessible to carers with their busy lives and give them a good grounding in attachment and therapeutic parenting prior to or alongside face-to-face training.
- To look at the difference between ‘standard’ parenting and ‘therapeutic’ parenting.
- To understand why the children we care for need therapeutic parenting.
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By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate Trauma Revolution Cert
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