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Parenting with PACE - Leeds

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PACE for parentsEmpathy and playfulness, acceptance and curiosity are the cornerstones for helping nurture a closer relationship with your child: this approach to parenting is called PACE. This  workshop for parents, presented by Dr Kim Golding, co-author with Dan Hughes of ‘Creating Loving Attachments, Parenting with PACE to nurture Confidence and Security in the Troubled’, is a must attend workshops for parents who would like to develop a deeper relationship with their child.

PACE is a successful approach to working with children who have experienced trauma. The day will introduce the principles of PACE and allow attendees to explore its role in parenting. Parenting with PACE provides appropriate boundaries, together with warmth and nurture; the connection that PACE creates means that this parenting is received as unconditional.

The day will provide parenting principles to enable parenting of insecure children. Using her experience of working with adopters and foster carers, Kim will discuss how the elements of PACE can be combined with behaviour management skills and explore attachment patterns, developmental trauma and therapeutic parenting.

Who should attend

Adoptive parents and other permanent carers

Trainer

Dr Kim Golding, Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Author
Kim is a member of the board of Directors of the Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy Institute. She has a long-standing interest in parenting and collaborating with parents and carers to develop their parenting skills. She has a special interest in supporting adoptive parents and foster carers. Kim is co-author with Dr Dan Hughes of Creating Loving Attachments, Parenting with PACE to Nurture Confidence and Security in the Troubled.

Benefits of attending

• Understand PACE and its role in parenting and why traditional behaviour management strategies may not help a child feel secure.
• Understand the behaviour displayed by a child and how this links to their internal experience.
• Encourage a deeper relationship with your child.
• Establish how PACE can be integrated into a parenting attitude.
• Understand the connection between experience, feelings and behaviour and relate this to the concept of PACE.

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Prices excluding VAT

PAC Subscribing Local Authorities/all self-paying carers - Individual carers: £81,  Couples: £152.50

PAC Non-Subscribing Local Authorities - Individual carers: £93.50,  Couples: £174.50

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Address:
Shine
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Harehills Road
Leeds
LS8 5HS
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Date: October 2, 2017

Start Time: 10:00 am
End Time: 4:30 pm

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