Understanding Teenagers Conference
Tuesday 5th December 2017
On Tuesday 5th December 2017 we will be hosting ‘Understanding Teenagers with Social and Emotional Health Difficulties’- a half day conference for parents, carers and professionals working in the field. It will be led by Fiona Sheikh of Hope Attachment, an organisation that provides therapeutic services for adopted and looked after children, and training for family carers and school professionals.
The day will include well informed speakers, networking opportunities, and a chance to ask your own questions. Refreshments will be provided.
For parents, carers and family members of students the cost is only £10; £50 for professional delegates. Spaces are limited, so book promptly if you are interested!
Click the image above to view the poster and documentation for the event. To apply for a place, please use the form at the bottom of the page. Payments will be made after you have been allocated a place.
Understanding Teenagers Conference Application Form
Please fill out the below form to register your interest in the Understanding Teenagers Conference on 5th December 2017.
Testimonials (from our previous conference)
“Sometimes parents need that extra reassuring that we are doing the right thing. For me this session was useful that way.”
“Fantastic, Nick is a natural. Information meant so much to me and my experiences with my daughter. Thank you.”
“It is extremely positive to know that there is an organisation that thought in depth of how to support professionals support pupils in emotional development.”
“It’s essential for all practitioners to know the theory behind the motions of emotional development and the context was presented in a very clear, simplistic manner to reach people of different backgrounds.”
“Children with autism are very different within the spectrum and they need all the support they can get. Thrive will help them to understand their self and build a better world for them.”
“Good rounding up and bringing together of all the thoughts, views heard during the morning. Light hearted presentation, but very important. Real life.”