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The Teachers Introduction to Attachment Podcast

The Teachers Introduction to Attachment Podcast is the perfect way to discover what the content inside of the pages of the book is all about. Bite-sized sessions of around 10-minutes each, each episode gives you a fantastic overview of all the major sections of the book, as well as additional questions (and their answers), so that you can get to grips with the helpful principal and practical strategies which will help children flourish.

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Episode 4 – Symptoms of Attachment

In this podcast episode the underlying root causes of behaviour are mentioned, along with a detailed list of symptoms of behaviour associated to Attachment difficulties in children.

9mins

25 Aug 2014

Rank #1

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Episode 3 – Brain Development

This podcast simplifies the basics of brain development in early years, particularly where it impacts children’s development and learning capacity. Other aspects of early physical development are also mentioned but all to do with the brain functions.

7mins

18 Aug 2014

Rank #2

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Episode 5 – Guiding Principal #1 – Relationships

The next few podcasts are about strategies to put in place to help children with Attachment difficulties. This podcast discusses the importance of relationships over curriculum or programmes.

8mins

1 Sep 2014

Rank #3

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Episode 13 – Trust

This podcast looks at the development of trust, its definitions, symptoms of children with poor levels of trust and how you help children to develop in this area.

8mins

13 Oct 2014

Rank #4

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Episode 10 – Shame

We talk about the shame cycle and how children who have experienced excessive shame in early years will struggle later on in life with how they feel at the core of their being.

8mins

2 Oct 2014

Rank #5

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Episode 6 – Guiding Principal #2 – Emotional Age

This podcast compares a child’s emotional age to their chronological age particularly for those vulnerable children who have experienced early trauma.

7mins

8 Sep 2014

Rank #6

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Episode 11 – Identity

This podcast looks at identity – what it is, how it develops and what are the symptoms of children with poor sense of identity.

9mins

6 Oct 2014

Rank #7

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Episode 12 – Empathy

This podcast will explore the emotion of empathy – the symptoms of poor empathy and strategies to help children develop empathy.

8mins

9 Oct 2014

Rank #8

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Episode 9 – Guiding Principal #5 – Sensory less

Children who have experienced trauma very often need less sensory stimulation than other children. This podcast talks about some of the fear times for children such as break and lunch times.

7mins

29 Sep 2014

Rank #9

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Episode 15 – Self-Regulation

This podcast outlines the development of self-regulation and how this can be impaired in vulnerable children, which results in a child with poor self-regulation. Symptoms and strategies are mentioned to help those working with these children.

7mins

20 Oct 2014

Rank #10