Developing a Relation Based Approach for Children with Attachment difficult

Courses run by Educational Psychologists

All courses are bookable via skills4bradford.co.uk

 

Outline

 

This course will focus on four key aspects to this way of working: using non-coercive techniques, applying restorative approaches, building relationships of change, and enabling personal empowerment.

 

Description

 

The Relational Approach is a unique way to look at Behaviour and understand what promotes satisfying and sustainable relationships even under adverse conditions. Whilst Behaviour Management seeks to change the behaviour of another, the relational approach seeks to enable others to change their own behaviour.

Through learning how to use the Relational Approach, the practitioner can identify ways to create a context within which the other person without coercion, and of their own free will, decides willingly to do the very thing that the practitioner wishes them to do, whilst also building stronger relationships through trust and understanding. This course will focus on four key aspects to this way of working: using non-coercive techniques, applying restorative approaches, building relationships of change, and enabling personal empowerment.

Refreshments provided mid-morning
 

Opportunity

Published: 15/11/2019
Audience: SENCO / Inclusion Manager
Contact: Fahmida Vardawala

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