Therapeutic Care Fostering

Therapeutic care is a placement where a child or young person has undergone significant neglect or trauma and would benefit …

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Therapeutic care is a placement where a child or young person has undergone significant neglect or trauma and would benefit greatly from therapeutic care. This type of care provides a child with a supportive foundation where they can build a trusting relationship with foster carers whilst they receive therapy to help them to overcome a traumatic experience or period in their lives.

The key areas of the course are as follows:

  1. What is therapeutic care?
  2. How do you establish a therapeutic relationship?
  3. Understanding behaviours of young people
  4. Where do behaviours come from?
  5. Choice and consequences for young people
  6. The importance of body language
  7. Strategies for young people

This Course meets the Training, Support and Development standards as outlined in The Fostering Services (England) Regulations 2011 / 2013.

Should you wish to discuss your needs before making a booking, please call 0800 774 7874.

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  1. Profile photo of Leon Berry Leon Berry says:

    Linking in with and working in partnership with all services and professionals known to the child or young person to see if there are any changes, developments, improvements or things that will work in favor for the carer and child.
    Ideas to put in place for the future
    Constant training for the carers
    Styles of attachment
    Great

  2. Profile photo of chinelo ojechi chinelo ojechi says:

    Learning that when a child begins life in an environment where his most basic needs are not meet adequately, the child is at risk of developing a range of mental health diagnosis, gives me an insight into the root of The issues i am dealing with as a Foster Carer
    A number of agencies and professionals work together to support young people in Care: CAMHS,Counsellors, Social workers, Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Nurses etc
    Carers develop/establish a therapeutic relationship with young people to resolve Emotional and behavioural difficulties
    The Adult is responsible for bonding, trusting, security and attachment which is vital in every Human development for forging and sustaining satisfying human relationship.
    Great

  3. Profile photo of David Kafui David Kafui says:

    Look for the message in a child's behaviour rather than focus solely on the behaviour.

    Recognise and positively re-inforce good behaviour always.
    Not just what you say but how you say it is very important - tone, volume and rate of speech have significant consequences in any scenario e.g. de-escalation situation
    Therapeutic care uses consequences that are logical and address presenting behaviour so that the child may take responsibility for their own actions.
    Behaviour management strategies should be discussed and agreed with all concerned
    Great

  4. Profile photo of Alan Thomas Alan Thomas says:

    How to use objectives of therapeutic care with in the home
    use of therapeutic language and the importance of the carers therapeutic role with the child
    importance of attachment and bonding
    body language and how the child perceives the interaction of body language .
    behaviour management uses of choices & consequences

    behaviour management
    therapeutic language definitions & meanings
    attachment and bonding
    Great

  5. Profile photo of Julie Thomas Julie Thomas says:

    therapeutic language
    EMOTIONAL & BEHAVIOURAL
    a carers Role
    implications this may have for the carer


    listening skills de- escalation
    body language posture
    behaviour issues choices & consequences
    Great

  6. Profile photo of David Green David Green says:

    I can apply these traits to my normal working life during meetings and phone call conversations.
    Try to stay clam, collective and focused on the situation in hand.
    Try to get both parties to work to a common goal.
    Make sure the sanction is relevant to the crime.

    A non aggressive stance is eye live, greater than a legs distance away and to once side of the child, never straight on.
    No matter how I feel when a child kicks off. I have to keep n calm, steady paced exterior with a calming slow voice.
    80-90% of Communication is non-verbal
    Great

  7. Profile photo of jubayer kabir jubayer kabir says:

    be calm and listen
    there is always tomorrow
    listen and do not judge
    be calm and take time out if not sure about the right action
    Great

  8. Profile photo of antoinette henry antoinette henry says:

    I believe I will be able to recognise a child's needs and meet them more effectively which will enable the bonding process to be positive and long lasting, I have more knowledge on being the provider, protector and guide to an individuals overall needs.
    If any situations arise I feel I will be able to deal with them more effectively form what I have learnt as I have more of an understanding of how a child may behave, why and how to manage situations e.g. I will be able to negotiate better when it comes to choices and consequences.
    I also have learnt how to react in a situation where an individual may become verbally aggressive or possibly violent, I know now that I would think before reacting.

    How to communicate effectively in a situation both verbally and non verbally
    Understanding and giving therapeutic care
    Recognising and understanding the needs of a child
    Great

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