Creating the supportive residential environment: Looking after young people who have complex needs and have demonstrated problematic risk-taking behaviours.
Duration: 2 days
Dates: Thurs 23 and Fri 24 May 2019
Venue: G-map's offices: 1 Roebuck Lane, Sale, Cheshire, M33 7SY
Residential care providers and residential care care staff.
The course aims to provide participants with knowledge and skills in:
Advanced parenting techniques to manage children and young peoples presenting problematic behaviour in care homes or in the community.
Applying defensible decision making. Responding to and balancing the risk of harm, the risk of vulnerability and risks to independence.
Safety planning and risk assessment.
Using a Good Lives framework in care establishments.
Effectively helping young people address their problematic and risk-taking behaviours.
Creating a supportive and safe care environment.
The Good Lives model as a framework for intervention planning, informed by AIM2 problem formulation
Planning services and therapeutic work
A range of intervention techniques including offence process, cognitive distortions, schemas, relationship and social skills, risk management
Key areas of intervention with the young person's family and support system.
Cost per delegate: £205 +VAT
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