Our professional courses are designed for those who are supporting caregivers, they learn the tools that are needed that can help caregivers to provide a home that heals. The courses pay special attention to the parrenting attitude of PACE (Playfulness, Acceptance, Curiosity and Empathy).
We work in partnership with care organisations and iwi to meet the needs of the caregivers, whānau and tamariki in their community. Our training is designed to be tailor made for your community.
For more information about our trainings and to discuss working together please call us on 0800 693 323.
He Kete Akoranga – Care Sector Training
Adapted for Social Workers and Other Professionals
We explore why attachment and therapeutic parenting is the way forward. We will provide honest reflections from caregivers and professionals and bring in international voices from those who have worked in this field. You will be introduced to Dyadic Developmental Practice (DDP) and the PACE attitude models of practice that we are using and evaluating.
Bespoke Professional DDP Training – Healing Kids in Care
Our tailored training for professionals is healing centered and informed by Dyadic Developmental Practice (DDP) developed by Dan Hughes.
Foundations for Attachment Adapted for the Education Sector
Our training is tailored specifically for those working in the education sector and is adapted using the DDP informed Foundations for Attachment training modules by Kim Golding
Bespoke Training – for Complex Placements
This training is tailored specifically to meet the needs of a team working with a complex placement. It is healing centred, so that tamariki have the best opportunity to thrive and heal.