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Understanding how early experiences and relationships influence young children's early development


Julie will help us to think about:

  • early brain development,
  • emotional self-regulation
  • attachment awareness
  • approaches such as Five to Thrive.
Saturday, 25 March, 2017
9.30 am – 12.30pm - refreshments and registration from 9am
Britannia Hotel, Beaumont Road, Bolton, BL3 4TA
Julie Revels
£15 for members, £30 for non members and £20 for students, mid morning refreshments included.
How to book: 
Booking essential: please return booking form in Downloads below to: 106 Seaford Road Harwood Bolton BL2 4BU For more information about this event and membership contact:
Speaker Bios: 
Julie has recently spent a year with KCA as an interim Director of training and has led on Five to Thrive developments and in particular on how this as a model for promoting secure attachment has relevance in work around SEND. In addition to her work with KCA, Julie works with several national organisations as a trainer and consultant in relation to supporting schools and settings to include children with special educational needs and disabilities. These include the National Association of Special Educational Needs, the British Association of Early Childhood Education, the Institute of Education/UCL and the SEND London Regional Group. She has established a portfolio of independent consultancy work with a large number of local authorities and is a committee member of The Association of Infant Mental Health and Foundation Years Research and Information Group.
Event type: 
Half day conference
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