Practitioner training

Practitioner Training

"Why can't they just behave?!?"

Understanding Sensory Regulation

Our sensory regulation training is now online

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on children, parents, schools and services. We know that for some children and families this time has brought new or additional trauma and that it will continue to mean challenges for all involved. 

Adenydd is a local charity that aims to help schools to understand and support children who have experienced adverse childhood experiences. Children with developmental trauma often have great difficulty regulating themselves - both their emotions and their behaviour - and can present with huge challenges in terms of supporting them effectively. We are increasingly understanding the importance of the sensory system in regulation and how this can help children in classrooms to engage in their learning.

Join us on Thursdays 14 and 21 October 2021 from 09:30 to 12:30

Our training will be run as two 3-hour sessions online via Zoom; please see below for a flyer and link to the booking form. The training will develop knowledge and understanding of sensory regulation as well as providing practical activities and resources. The training is based on our experience of what has been effective when working with small groups of children in local schools and in private therapy practice. We will introduce you to The Scared Gang and show you how you can use these children’s books in your setting or service.

On our training we spend a great deal of time looking at self care. We hope that you will be able to use some of the approaches and ideas we talk about in order to ensure that you have the resources to support yourself and your clients/service users.  If we can help support in any way, please contact us.

Our Facebook page and website link to a range of resources

If you are a student on a full-time course in an appropraite field of study, we may be able to offer you a reduced rate place.

Please complete the reduced-rate application form.