Berry Street Childhood Institute
Attachment Based Practice with Adults (17 - 19 May 2017)
|This is a 3 day course for professionals working therapeutically with adults, including adults who are parents or carers. The course draws on Patricia Crittenden’s Dynamic-Maturational Model of Attachment and Adaptation (DMM) and has a strong emphasis on the development of practical skills. The course will assist participants to increase their understanding of contemporary attachment theory, identify attachment styles and strategies, develop interview skills, learn and practice a five-stage protocol to improve psychological coherence, and apply theory to own practice through transcript and case material analysis. |
Announcing two new Institute Fellows
We are delighted to announce that Professor Gillian Schofield and Dr Mary Beek from the University of East Anglia in the UK have accepted our invitation to become Fellows of the Berry Street Childhood Institute. We are proud to be working in partnership with Professor Schofield and Dr Beek, and are seeking to publicly acknowledge the excellence of their work in foster care and the importance of their Secure Base Model.
Upcoming Training and Events
We have recently launched new
training opportunities on the Berry
Street Education Model:
Clark Baim is presenting a course for professionals who work with adults, including adults who are parents and carers
Congratulations Tom Brunzell
We are extremely proud to announce that our Senior Advisor Education, Tom Brunzell, won the Education Initiative Award at the Robin Clark Awards on 7th September 2016. Find out more here.
Understanding communication problems in maltreated children
Berry Street’s Take Two program collaborated on the Small Talk research study which explored speech and language issues for children who had experienced abuse or neglect. The Small Talk research report, literature review and poster are now available for free download or to purchase here.
Berry Street was first established on the lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respect to their Elders, past and present, and to all the traditional custodians of land throughout Australia.