Training

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Our training aims to help those in different sectors to develop their awareness, knowledge, skills and confidence in working with children and families from Black and minority ethnic communities, and to innovate and share knowledge and expertise.

We are always happy to discuss and develop ideas for bespoke training in line with an organisation's requirements.  Please contact us for further information.

We have run training for organisations such as Children’s Services, Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) and Third Sector agencies.  Organisations that have commissioned training from us include Liverpool City Council and Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust.

We are able to deliver training on a range of topics such as:

  • ethnicity and normal adolescent development;
  • child rearing and parenting practices across cultures;
  • attachment across cultures;
  • racial and ethnic identity;
  • perceptions of disability across cultures;
  • the impact of migration on families;
  • psychometric assessment across cultures; and
  • facilitating engagement with local Black and minority ethnic communities

See our events page for information about forthcoming training.

Delegates attending our training events have included staff from: CAFCASS, the Educational Guidance Service, Family Law Clinical Psychology Services, Freedom from Torture, Liverpool City Council, Manchester Learning Disability Partnership, Mind Space Clinic, SSAFA Forces Help, Stockport Psychology Services, Wirral Child and Family Service, as well as numerous universities, hospitals and independent practitioners.

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