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Working With Infant Trauma in Early Years Settings

These webinars are vital CPD for all TISUK practitioners, schools and organisations.

Part

Cost

Traumas of Omission:
(Part One & Part Two - purchase together):
£32 for 30 Day Subscription
Traumas of Commission:
Part Three
£28 for 30 Day Subscription


Running times
Traumas of Omission: Part One - 1 hr 34 mins
Traumas of Omission: Part Two - 1 hr 11 mins
Traumas of Commission: Part Three - 1 hr 52 mins


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Part One

 

 

WEBINARS COVERING TRAUMAS OF OMISSION AND TRUAMAS OF COMMISSION   

 

Part Two

 

 

Part Three

 

 

About this webinar

Presenter: Dr Margot Sunderland 

This webinar is a must for anyone who works in early years settings. It addressed the latest neuroscience and psychology on the impact of both traumas of omission and traumas of commission with focus on presenting symptoms, prevention and intervention. By traumas of omission, we mean that the infant has missed out on sufficient positive relational experiences. These include a deficit in a)  conversational turns: key for language development and learning b) caring comforting interactions: key for the capacity to love in peace and to have felt-sense of ‘all is well in my world’ c) interactions that bring self-esteem, key for confidence, resilience and self-compassion d) interactions that establish stress regulatory systems in the brain, key for the capacity to feel calm, at ease, enjoy physical good health and longevity e) social joy and optimal activation of the brain’s PLAY and SEEKING systems, key for love of life and friendships, passion for learning and energised engagement in the world. Traumas of commission include: separation traumas, parental still face, , parental unprocessed trauma, unintentional intrusive parenting shaming discipline, witnessing or being a victim of violence, living with a frightening parent. The webinar is absolutely not about parent -bashing but on supporting parents to parent differently to how they have been parented, and on prevention and intervention, highly successful due to the brain’s neuroplasticity 

Benefits from attending: 

  • Learn about the developing brain and why it is so vulnerable to the impact of relational stress 
  • Learn how with the right relational and enriched environment, the brain can repair and develop naturally 
  • Learn how out of awareness, a parent can parent as they have been parented and how to change that 
  • Learn how to recognise traumas of omission and of commission in infant behaviours and ways of relating 
  • Take away a whole host of interventions to support positive change 

 

Please email info@traumainformedschools.co.uk to receive the accompanying e-booklet


About Dr Margot Sunderland 

Dr Margot Sunderland is Director of Education and Training at The Centre for Child Mental Health London, Co-Director of Trauma Informed Schools UK, Honorary Visiting Fellow at London Metropolitan University, Senior Associate Member of the Royal College of Medicine, Child Psychotherapist and qualified teacher. She was also a member of the Early Years Commission, Centre for Social Justice, Westminster and co-author of the Cross-party Advisory Report ‘The Next Generation’ (early years intervention). She has produced two DVDs on Child Development, one entitled ‘Communication Skills and Attachment Play: The First Five Years’ (Redshark TV).

Margot is also author of over 20 books in the field of child mental health, which collectively have been translated into 18 languages and published in 24 countries. Her internationally acclaimed book, ‘What Every Parent Needs to Know/The Science of Parenting’ won a First Prize in the British Medical Association Medical Book awards and has been voted as one of the best brain books of our time by The Dana Foundation. Dr Sunderland has been studying the neuroscience and psychology of adult-child relationships (meta-analysis) for over 20 years.