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SOLD OUT - Bruce D. Perry, M.D., Ph.D. Effects of trauma and neglect on childhood development

Date: 15.11.14 10:00

Cost Details: Early bird: Members £85 Non-members £125 (Early bird rate is available until 31 August)
Price: Members £105 Non-members £150

Location: Birmingham

About the day

Dr Perry will explore the effects of trauma, neglect and abuse in children and adolescents. He will describe how traumatic experiences in early life can change the development of the brain and the behavioural, social and emotional impact on the child.

The day will give a comprehensive insight into Dr Perry's 'Neurosequential Model of Care Giving', allowing parents and carers to understand and make a genuine difference to their child's life.

Practitioners will be able to consider this approach to provide an enhanced level of support to adoptive families.

Dr Perry's deep understanding of the behavioural, emotional, social and physiological effects of trauma will inspire adopters, foster carers and practitioners alike.

Timings

08.15 AGM Registration
09.00 AGM (Members only**)
10.00 Conference Registration
10.30 Conference starts
16.30 Conference closes

** No admission to AGM once it is underway

About Bruce D. Perry, M.D., Ph.D.

Dr Perry is the Senior Fellow of the ChildTrauma Academy, a non profit making organisation based in Houston, Texas.

His work in clinical research and practice has been instrumental in describing how childhood experiences, including neglect and traumatic stress, change the biology of the brain and therefore the health of the child.

Along with Maia Szalavitz, Dr Perry is the author of the bestselling book, The Boy Who Was Raised as a Dog.

Book now

Early bird: Members £85 Non-members £125
* Early bird rate is available until 31 August

Price: Members £105 Non-members £150

All prices include lunch, refreshments, delegate pack and VAT at 20%

SOLD OUT

 
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