The main reason for this post is I'm catching up on conferences and groups so I just thought I'd post the latest information I have. Even though Tanya is the only one working with a therapist right now, I see attachment issues with Ana and Victor (not as deep rooted at Tanya's) as well. Both these groups give ideas and explanations for actions and behaviors of adopted children and (better) ways to deal with these behaviors.
Thanks to Diane and Save A Child here is the information for the upcoming Free (with a copy of the book, Beyond Consequences, Logic and Control: Volume 1 or Volume 2. The book is your ticket for free admission for both you and your support person) Conference on Attachment.
|It will be held on: |
Saturday, April 24, 2010
9:00am - 4:00pm
Here is information on another Attachment seminar, it's hosted by the place we go to therapy.
The information is below, more information and online registration can be done through our website at www.touchstonetherapyinc.com:
Touchstone Therapy Center Inc. Presents:
Facilitating Attachment Security in the Foster/Adoptive Child and Family
|When:||Friday, May 14, 2010|
|Ogden Marriott Hotel|
|247 24th Street|
|Ogden, UT 84401|
|Cost:||Purchased before April 30th, 2010: $125 per person|
|Purchased after April 30th, 2010: $139 per person|
|includes refreshments during breaks|
and presentation packet
They had a conference last year in St. George and I've just heard amazing things about it, so I should really go, but haven't committed yet. Tanya has come a long way since we started working with our therapist from touchstone. There are explanations to her actions and behaviors and ways to work through her thoughts and actions. It has been so helpful for us.
I missed the FASD conference, but the Ut group has just started a facebook page to post future information and seminars in Utah. Log into facebook and look up: