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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.

Whilst we strive in Policing to ‘keep people safe’ – in essence we keep each other safe. It is only by increasing our connectivity and sharing skills in the community can we hope to prevent violence across our country.

We recognise that there is a need to share learning and best practice across all our communities, so that we can choose to apply what what we know works in preventing violence, improving life chances as well as supporting ourselves and our friends.

During this sessison we will discuss why attachment matters to us all. Does our early years shape who we are in adulthood?

How important are relationship to our development?

Understand stress response in relation to behaviour.

Discuss the ACE Study, is the evidence relevant today in Scottish Communities?

Is there a science of Hope where poor outcomes are NOT inevitable?

So please come along have a cup of tea and biscuit as we would love to you to be part of it.

Tina will be available from 3pm till 4pm to chat to local parents and carers.

 

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Date and Time

Wed 8 November 2017

12:00 – 15:00 EST

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Location

Lamlash Fire Station

Main Road

Lamlash

Isle of Arran, Strathclyde KA27 8NF

TINA HENDRY

reattachparenting@gmail.com – 07866634705

Tina shares her knowledge and experience to 100 delegates

Organiser of Lets talk about attachment and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)

TINA HENDRY

I am a KINSHIP CARER of 2 girls who are ACEs experienced. I am Police Officer who has experienced the impact of ACES within communities.

I am passionate about raising awareness of why attachment and human connection matter thereby improving outcomes for vulnerable children and families.

Poor outcomes are NOT inevitable when we see the child NOT the behaviour. This is why i offer information and support for parents and carers to aid the healing process.

I champion investment in parents and carers by raising the profile of Attachment Theory to break the cycle within families/communities and instill hope.

For the past 3 years I have been taking “Trauma Informed Practice” to professionals and practitioners, working with them to make this part of their day to day practice, resulting in real positive changes in lives.

contact : reattachparenting@gmail.com

 

I champion investment in parents and carers by raising the profile of Attachment Theory to break the cycle within families/communities and instill hope.

For the past 3 years I have been taking “Trauma Informed Practice” to professionals and practitioners, working with them to make this part of their day to day practice, resulting in real positive changes in lives.

contact reattachparenting@gmail.com

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