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Conference booking now open!

April 20, 2017

Adoptive father smiling with disabled son

We are delighted to announce that booking for our annual conference is now open!

We hope you will join us on Friday 24th November, when we will be welcoming Denise Golding and Zach Gomm to Milton Keynes to present a workshop for parents, carers and professionals.  The workshop is entitled Live Life and Love Healing, and is based on the ground-breaking parent training, The Great Behavior Breakdown by Bryan Post.

Adoptive and foster parents whose children have suffered abuse or trauma, or parents of children with ASD / ADHD, require specialist knowledge and skills in order to parent successfully and maintain their own and their children’s emotional and physical well-being. This parenting approach has helped even the most difficult of family situations find stability and healing.

Certified instructors, Denise Golding & Zach GommThis training programme acknowledges the importance of educating both parents and professionals to enhance parenting and support skills in order to meet children’s needs adequately.

Denise and Zach will provide parents and professionals alike with actual strategies for multiple and complex behaviours, including aggression, defiance, sexualized behaviours, self-harm, and lack of eye contact and social skills.

To book your place on the annual conference, please visit our conference page, download the conference leaflet, complete the booking form and return it to us as directed. Please contact us with any queries you may have – we’ll be happy to help.

We have a limited number of reduced rate tickets available to SFCS adopters. If you adopted through SFCS, please contact us on 01908 572700 or email enquiries@sfcs.org.uk to secure your reduced rate place before returning your booking form. Thank you.

We look forward to seeing you in November!

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