Level 3 Diploma in Therapeutic Parenting - Unit 5 Implementing Initial Therapeutic Parenting Strategies to work towards positive outcomes for children with developmental trauma.

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Sarah Penna

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20 Oct 2020

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£135 - 235

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Unit 05- Implementing initial therapeutic parenting strategies to work towards positive outcomes for children with developmental trauma.
 
Guided Learning Hours (GLH): 30
 
This unit develops recognition of the difficulties and possible re-traumatisation which is inherent in the transition process for children with developmental trauma. The learner explores this through the implementation of initial therapeutic parenting strategies; or in the case of the learner who has a child in placement it facilitates an opportunity to review existing strategies in the light of new understanding and perspectives. 

Learners will be able to explore the key concepts and main model for Therapeutic parenting (PACE – Daniel A Hughes) which introduced in this unit and assess the importance of these and their relevance in establishing a secure base which will nurture the child through consistency, familiarity and appropriate are expectations  which can reduce anxiety and enable the child to have a positive experience.

DISCLAIMER:

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. 

Objectives

The unit is divided into 2 learning outcomes which the learner will need to achieve in order to complete this part of the course.

 

Understand how to implement initial Therapeutic Parenting Strategies. The learner will develop understanding of how to implement Therapeutic parenting strategies in a way which is designed to be practical and capable of adjustment to enable this process to be used for minor as well as major transitions.  Learners will be encouraged to consider transitions in a wider sense and in the light of the underpinning knowledge of previous modules.  

 

Explore the effectiveness of implementing initial Therapeutic parenting strategies. The learner will be encouraged to explore the effectiveness of implementing initial Therapeutic parenting strategies through implementation of the strategies given and reflecting on the impact these have had.  The learner will gain specific understanding of how Therapeutic parenting strategies have a positive impact on both parent and child in developing and establishing trusting relationships, reducing anxiety and supporting management of challenging behaviours.

 

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Unit 5 Aim and Objectives.
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5a) Introduction to using Initial Therapeutic Parenting Strategies.
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5 a) Directed Reading Task: The A-Z of Therapeutic Parenting.
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5a) Directed Reading Task: Questions.
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5b) Parenting Strategies that Connect
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5b) Parenting Strategies that Connect - Questions
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5c) Initial Therapeutic Parenting Strategies
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5c) Initial Therapeutic Parenting Strategies - Introduction and Implementation
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5d) Friendships - Why can't my AD child keep friends
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5d) Friendships - Why can't my AD child keep friends - Questions
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5e) How to.... Deal with Lying
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5f) Routine and consistency - How to manage the early days
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5g) Training: Dealing with Lying and Stealing
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5g) Training: Dealing with Lying and Stealing
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5h) How to deal with nonsense chatter
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5i) The use of PECs as an effectibe tool in developing relationships and managing anxiety.
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5i) The use of PECs as an effectibe tool in developing relationships and managing anxiety.
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5i) The use of PECs as an effective tool in developing trusting relationships and managing anxiety - Questions
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5j) Directed Reading Task.
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5k) Calming an Anxious Child
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5k) Dealing with Soiling and Wetting
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5k) Dealing with soiling and wetting - Questions
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5l) Initial Therapeutic Strategies - Providing a safe and secure environment.
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5m) Transitions
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5m) Transitions - Questions
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5n) Trusting Relationships.
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5n) The importance of PACE
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5n) The importance of PACE - Questions.
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Unit Assessment
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Unit 5 Assessment Task
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Reflective Journal Task and reading list for next unit.
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Unit Evaluation.
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Added 6 months ago, by anja
 
Added over 1 year ago, by Fiona
 
Added over 2 years ago, by Kim
 
Added over 2 years ago, by Tracy
Really insightful. Helpful strategies for caring for traumatised children.
 
Added over 2 years ago, by Linda
I wish I knew this at the beginning of my fostering career. Its needs to be known by a wider audience.
 
Added almost 3 years ago, by Glynis
Know about integrating the higher and lower brain, reinforces how important Therapeutic Parenting is/

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