On 12th-16th May and 27th-31st October 2014 Family Futures will be offering an early follow up 5 day Level 1 Course in Neuro-Physiological Psychotherapy in Islington, London.
On 12th-16th May and 27th-31st October 2014 Family Futures will be offering an early follow up 5 day Level 1 Course in Neuro-Physiological Psychotherapy in Islington, London. A level 2 course will also be available from the 2nd to the 6th of February 2015.
Offered due to popular demand, the course will focus on the revolutionary progression in our knowledge and understanding of how the human brain and central nervous system develop and function. This course builds upon Dan Hughes' DDP and Theraplay by adding a multi-disciplinary perspective and a neuro-sequential approach to working therapeutically with traumatised children.
The course is being aimed at: Child psychotherapists, clinical psychologists, family therapists, paediatric occupational therapists, social workers, teachers and anyone who is working professionally with children who may have experienced trauma in infancy.
The NPP post qualifying diploma brings together cutting edge research, theory and practice. It is designed to enable practitioners to integrate a neuro-sequential approach into their own work with traumatised children and their families. For more information or to register for the training course, visit Family Futures at http://www.familyfutures.co.uk/product/npp-post-qualifying-training-programme/
Family Futures has a distinguished reputation in providing first class and innovative training courses for professionals, adoptive parents and carers. Our education and professional development services have been consistently rated highly by our participants.
About Family Futures:
Family Futures provide comprehensive and integrated therapy child-focused and parent friendly programmes for children who have experienced trauma or attachment difficulties and are living with adoptive or birth parents, foster carers or special guardians.
The aim of Family Futures is to make family life sustainable for children who have had traumatic early experiences; Family Futures understand how these early experiences can affect children's development and make them challenging to parent and educate.