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SFCS conference rescheduled

November 07, 2016


IMPORTANT NOTICE – Louise Bomber is now unable to deliver our annual conference on Friday 11th November.

The SFCS annual conference, led by renowned author, teacher and therapist Louise Bomber, was due to take place this Friday, 11th November 2016. However, we have been informed that Louise is now unable to speak on that day.

The conference has therefore been rescheduled, and will now take place between 9am and 4pm on Thursday 2nd February 2017 at The Ridgeway Centre in Milton Keynes.

All delegates who have booked to attend will have their places automatically transferred to the new date. We have contacted all delegates personally via email, but if you haven’t received this email or if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us. If you are unable to attend on the new date, please call 01908 572700 to discuss your options.

This day of training is suitable for a wide range of parents / carers and professionals who are interested in understanding how to settle a troubled child to learn within a formal education setting.  It is intended to inspire those who attend, enabling them to realise that they can all contribute and make a difference, whatever their role or responsibility. The day will also encourage alternative practices in schools by using an attachment framework to understand behaviour as communication.

Louise Bomber works as an Attachment Support Teacher and Therapist.  She offers a range of services supporting children and young people who have experienced significant relational traumas and losses. She also works as a clinical supervisor for counsellors and therapists working in schools. Her work is informed in the main by Attachment Theory and Intersubjectivity Theory. She promotes and uses PACE, DDP, Theraplay and SAI interventions within her practice.

She is the author of ‘Inside I’m Hurting’ and ‘What About Me?’. Louise contributed to the book ‘Teenagers & Attachment’ and has recently co-authored Settling Troubled Pupils to Learn: Why Relationships Matter in School’ together with Dan Hughes.

During the conference, Louise will offer theoretical and practical advice for adopters, foster carers and professionals in how to support children with attachment difficulties in school. To find out more about Louise Bomber and her work, click here.


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