Interrupting Trauma Seminar – strategies for parents to overcome hardships

Sarah Naish and Sarah Dillon will be delivering a seminar on Interrupting Trauma on October 1st in Redhill, Surrey.

Supporting a child who has experienced trauma can be an incredibly difficult process for both parents and children, so they are introducing an Interrupting Trauma seminar to assist with the latest supportive techniques in the field.

They are experts in the field; Sarah Naish is a best-selling author on therapeutic parenting. She can also relate to parents’ experiences as she is an adopter and therapeutic parent herself. Sarah Dillon is a therapist and accredited member of the British Association for Counsellors and Psychotherapists. She is also a Developmental Trauma and Attachment Consultant for numerous independent Fostering Agencies, Schools and Local Authorities. She delivers Therapeutic Parenting training courses to Adoptive Parents, Foster Parents and Supporting Professionals Nationwide. She teaches from personal experience having grown up in multiple foster and children’s homes.

On the day, they will provide practical strategies for unique parenting situations. They will also teach Trauma Interruption Methods, such as ‘Brushing Therapy’, focusing on recognising trauma-based behaviours and reducing fear. The aim is to provide parents the support and confidence needed to raise children with a history of trauma, in a completely non-judgemental and calm space.

If you are interested in attending the seminar please take a look at this link for further information.