20 Years of Research into Practice
- Key note speaker: Professor Colwyn Trevarthen
- Presentation of Family Futures’ latest research into the evidence for Neuro-Physiological Psychotherapy — a comparison of treatment vs non-treatment groups
Aims of the conference
Family Futures is an Adoption Agency specialising in assessing and treating developmentally traumatised children. To celebrate our 20th year we are holding a conference that looks at both the work of one of our guiding lights, Colwyn Trevarthen, and at our research on our Neuro-Physiological Psychotherapy treatment programme and the outcomes for adopted children who have / have not participated in this programme.
Our latest research examines the outcomes of Family Futures’ Neuro-Physiological Psychotherapy (NPP) model which has at its core a neurosequential approach integrating Jean Ayres’ Sensory Integration, Theraplay® and Dan Hughes’ Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy. The NPP model also integrates the work of Peter Levine, Bruce Perry, other neuroscientists and Creative Art therapists.
* Please indicate your two choices for the afternoon workshops in the “additional information” box at checkout.
Full fee: £180
Benefits of attending
The day will be a combination of presentations and workshops to give participants an understanding of:
- Communicative musicality: exploring the basis of human companionship
- The neurological, physiological and psychological impact of neglectful and abusive parenting in infancy
- Research evidence for a multidisciplinary, neurosequential approach to the treatment of Developmental and Complex Trauma
- What happens to children and adoptive families when we fail to intervene effectively
- The benefits of non-verbal creative therapies when assessing, placing or treating developmentally traumatised children who are fostered or adopted
- Therapeutic techniques and skills.