• 020 7380 8288

Key Information

Dates: Wednesday 15 March 2017
Time: 10:00am - 4:00pm 
Trainers: Madeleine Woof, Registered BPC Couple Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist and Linsey Blair, Couple Psychotherapist and Psychosexual Therapist. Research and Development with Coram/BAAF.
Fees: Free 
Venue: Tavistock Relationships, 70 Warren Street, London W1T 5PB

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Overview

Tavistock Relationships is offering another free one-day training specifically aimed at senior adoption practitioners and managers to help with understanding the importance of the couple relationship in the adoption process. 

This training will examine the transition to parenthood for adoptive couples and the specific issues that arise for these couples during and after the adoption process. The impact of the adopted child on the couple relationship and the impact of the couple’s own relationship on the adopted child will be explored. Practitioners will also be helped to think about dynamic issues within the couple relationship with the aim of enhancing couple functioning and of promoting resilience. The training will equip you the practitioner to recognise and respond to relationship difficulties in adoptive couples.

This training is being offered in conjunction with the Developing Advanced Skills and Knowledge in Assessment and Matching

This is a recognised CPD event, so those attending will receive a certificate of attendance.

 

If you experience any problems during the application process, please contact the Training Administration team on 020 7380 8288 or training@tavistockrelationships.ac.uk

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Continuing Professional Development


Our aim at Tavistock Relationships is to create a programme of high-quality, informative and clinically useful CPD. In choosing topics, we aim to ensure we offer fresh subjects to stimulate new thinking and debate as well as continuing to offer repeat workshops for which there is on-going popular demand.

"An excellent, informative day, which assisted me in joining up a range of different perspectives / issues."

CPD attendee 2015