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 have recently begun to offer consultations to parents/carers and professionals around sensory regulation. We also offer a consultation called "Where do we go from here?!?" to help explore the next step in meeting your child's needs and the support that may be available from a range of services. For further information please see the relevant pages - parent/carer consultations or consultations for practitioners to discuss one or more cases.
We are a small charity based in Swansea, in South Wales supporting children and families affected by ACEs and developmental trauma. We work with schools, services and families (whether adopters, Special Guardians, foster carers or birth families).
To learn more about our Trustees and Associates please click on the links below where they introduce themselves.
Our Associates all have experience of working with children and young people with complex needs resulting from developmental trauma and/or supporting their families.
With backgrounds in education, social care and psychotherapy they have a range of skills and expertise to offer.
They all have training in Theraplay® and/or Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy and Practice (DDP) as well as Sensory Attachment Intervention.
Projects include a small group intervention for Primary Schools based on Theraplay® Sunshine Circles; the Just Right State Programme - a Sensory Attachment Intervention for parents and children or schools, training on Parenting with PACE based on the Foundations for Attachment training course.
We also host regular Peer Support events for professionals and practitioners.
Please use the form below to contact us or use the contact information at the bottom of this page. Thanks.