LETS TALK ABOUT ATTACHMENT – PARENTS/KINSHIP/FOSTER CARERS

Re attachment is a social enterprise that aims to raise awareness of attachment and why it matters. The organisation provides a range of information and training events about attachment for parents, carers, and other clients.

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LETS TALK ABOUT ATTACHMENT – PROFESSIONALS /FAMILY SUPPORT

Are you teacher, social worker or carer wondering why your behavioural management does not work with some children?

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LETS TALK ABOUT ATTACHMENT – LINK TO OFFENDING BEHAVIOUR

Are you a parent/carer struggling to understand why your child is continually coming into contact with police?

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    Lets talk about attachment and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Wed 8 November 2017 Isle Of Arran

    Adverse Childhood Experiences. Violence Reduction Unit Scotland in collaboration with Tina Hendry, Re Attachment invite you to our session at Lamlash Fire Station

    Lets talk about Attachment and Adverse Childhood Experiences. (ACEs)

    Our communities around Scotland are populated with many people who passionately care about those who live and work beside them. They are motivated to give their time and energy to making Scotland a better place to live in.
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  • SCOTTISH PREMIERE – PAPER TIGERS, ALONG WITH RESILIENCE – £25 – August 25th 2017

    RESILIENCE AND PAPER TIGERS

    BOTH FILMS BY AWARD WINNING DIRECTOR JAMES REDFORD, ( KPJR FILM ) JAMES” HAS TURNED HIS STORY TELLING EYE TO THE HIDDEN MENACE OF ADVERSE CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCE (ACEs)” BY CREATION OF PAPER TIGERS, AND HIS MOST RECENT FILM RESILIENCE. FANTASTIC RESOURCES TO RAISE AWARENESS IN OUR COMMUNITIES,

    RE ATTACHMENT and CONNECTED BABY COMPLETED A SUCCESSFUL SCOTTISH TOUR WITH RESILIENCE

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  • ADVERSITY A TEMPLATE FOR GROWTH – TRAUMA INFORMED PRACTICE £35 August 11th 2017

    Re Attachment presents Tina Hendry (Re Attachment), James Docherty (Violence Reduction Unit, Scotland) and Jade Kilkenny (a young person with personal experience of living in the care system), who will share their knowledge and experience of the impact of ACEs to expand your understanding of the associated behaviours.

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