Parenting NI offer training on a wide range of topics for professionals working directly with parents and carers. Browse the training calendar below for information on up and coming training. To register for any of the sessions you can either complete the booking form to the right of this page or download a booking form, then return along with payment to Kelly either via email or post to:
Parenting NI, 42 Dublin Road, Belfast, BT2 7HN
If cancellation notice of 5 working days is given then payment may be transferred to attend another session/s within 6 months. If less than 5 working days notice is given, the payment is non-refundable and non-transferable.
The GO upskilling session will provide practitioners with the skills and confidence to approach with parents, the topic of physical punishment as well as giving the tools to hold effective conversations around the alternatives to smacking.
Practitioners will be provided with breakfast between 9am – 9:30am and will receive a range of resources following the training to use in their professional setting.
This ‘GO’ training session follows on from our successful STOP campaign. Find out more about the campaign here.
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About the Event
Parenting NI is delighted to present Dr Karen Treisman in this unique event for professionals leading into the annual Parenting Week. The event will explore:
- Why is the parent / child relationship so important?
- What is meant by relational & developmental trauma?
- Provide rationale & framework for relationship-based trauma-informed practice
- Understand the impact of domestic violence and physical abuse
9 am – 9:30 am: Registration & Tea/Coffee
9:30 am sharp – 11 am: Dr Karen Treisman
11 am – 11:30 am: Comfort break and refreshments
11:30 am – 12:30 pm: Dr Karen Treisman
12:30 pm – 1 pm: Questions and close
About Dr. Karen Treisman
Dr Karen Treisman is a Highly Specialist Clinical Psychologist who has worked in the NHS and Children’s Services for serveral years. Karen has also work cross-culturally in both Africa and Asia with groups ranging from former child soldiers to survivors of the Rwandan Genocide.
Karen has extensive experience in the areas of trauma, parenting, and attachment, and works clinically using a range of therapeutic approaches with families, systems, and children in or on the edge of care, unaccompanied asylum-seeking young people, and adopted children.
In addition to holding a doctorate in Clinical Psychology, Karen has undergone a range of specialist trainings including in EDMR, Narrative Therapy, Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy, Sensory Attachment Intervention, and Theraplay.
Read more about Karen on the Safe Hands and Thinking Minds website.