LONDON, ENGLAND, August 27, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Family Futures will host internationally recognised lecturer Helene Timpone in London on Thursday 12th September 2013 for a one day course on Parenting Traumatised Children. The one day conference is suitable for foster carers, adoptive parents, social workers and professionals working in CAMHS and will provide an essential introduction to 'Bryan Postfs Great Behaviour Breakdownf. ---
Helene Timpone, LCSW, is an internationally recognised therapist, trainer, coach, and consultant, especially noted for her work with pre-teens and teens specialising in the areas of attachment, grief, and trauma. Helenefs expertise is in empowering parents with information and techniques focused on understanding and identifying the trauma that lies beneath the childfs severe behaviours, thus creating long-term healing and enhancing close, healthy relationships.
Over the last 20 years, Bryan Post, the best]selling co]author of Beyond Logic, Consequences, and Control, and author of The Great Behaviour Breakdown has provided a love]based, timeless approach that has been helping families create loving breakthroughs around the world. Bryanfs work has been utilised in working with issues and behaviours related to Reactive Attachment Disorder, Depression, Post]Traumatic Stress Disorder, International and Domestic Adoption Issues, Foster Care Issues, Lying, Stealing, Defiance, Aggression, Sexual Acting Out and much more.
To register for the conference call Family Futures on 020 7354 4161,or register on our website. For information on other child therapy training courses, visit http://www.familyfutures.co.uk
About Family Futures:
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. In the Ofsted report of June 2011 Family Futures service was awarded 'Outstanding' in the domains 'Helping children achieve well and enjoy what they do' and 'Helping children make a positive contribution'. The report stated: "The agency's high quality therapeutic work with adopted children and their families supports them to develop emotionally, intellectually and physically." and "The agency particularly excels in adoption support and provides a bespoke service." Martin Narey, Government Advisor on Adoption in a broadcasted interview with Lauren Higgs, News Editor of 'Children and Young People Now' referred to Family Futures as "the outstanding [Family Futures] adoption agency, is one of the most impressive organisations I've been to".
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