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Attachment Play training Tag

In collaboration with TUSLA and the Irish Foster Care Association, Irish Attachment in Action will be hosting a number of screenings and panel discussions across Ireland. This award winning documentary has been screened widely by host organisations across the UK to much critical acclaim. The Northern Ireland tour  completed in September with some venues having sold out. This film is not on general release. Check our website and social media for updates and venues.

Parent-Child Attachment Play training:

for parents and carers of school-aged children

This is a gentle play-based approach aimed at improving the attachment quality of the parent-child relationship using attachment mechanisms and child-oriented play with parents/carers and their children aged 3-15+ years.

This highly-regarded training is set within the very new and groundbreaking research into what we now know about how parents change and how secure attachment is operationalised in the earliest relationship.  It represents an ideal opportunity to bring positive relationship change directly into the family home by empowering parents and carers as change agents.

This approach deals directly with the transmission gap problem, well-documented in the literature.

This course is accredited by The CPD Standards Office UK and offers 12 points towards professional registration requirements.

Training: Parent Child Attachment Play (PCAP) training(CPD accredited)
Date:
Sat 3rd and Sun 4th February (2 days)
Venue: Flannerys hotel, Renmore, Galway
Cost: €250

Deposit of €75 and

completed booking form to secure place

Training provided by Baby Bonding & PCAP Ireland

in association with Big Toes Little Toes

Email babybondingireland@gmail.com for booking form

Contact Ruth at 087 6547377 for further information