Webinar – Resilience

Event Type: Adoption Support
Online | 07/12/2021, 10-12 Noon
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About this Webinar:

In this workshop we will explore the concept of resilience; what it is and what it is not. We will also consider the connection between early trauma and a child’s capacity for resilience and suggest practical ways to increase a child’s capacity for resilience.

This workshop will be presented by two therapeutic social workers from the Centre for Adoption Support and will feature opportunities to share experiences with other adoptive parents.

Our webinars are free of charge for Adoption Matters families and Regional Adoption Agency (RAA) families that are currently receiving support from the Centre for Adoption Support. If you are an adopter, special guardian or foster carer from a different agency, the cost to attend our webinars is £15 per person. To book your place, please choose the ticket option below.

Did you know Adoption Matters is a registered children’s charity? For over 74 years we’ve worked hard to ensure that our children and families get the support they need. Your donations would help us to provide additional valuable support. We’d love your help.

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I have no connection with Adoption Matters/CfAS

I’m connected with Adoption Matters/CfAS

I am an adopter / special guardian / foster carer from a different adoption agency.

I am an Adoption Matters approved adopter and/or an adopter currently working with the Centre for Adoption Support.

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Resilience
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