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The National Association of Therapeutic Parenting (NATP)

The NATP exists to provide support, education and resources for Therapeutic Parents and supporting professionals relating to therapeutic parenting, effective interventions, compassion fatigue and the effects of early life trauma. To promote better outcomes for children who have suffered early life trauma, by significantly improving…

The NATP exists to provide support, education and resources for Therapeutic Parents and supporting professionals relating to therapeutic parenting, effective interventions, compassion fatigue and the effects of early life trauma.

To promote better outcomes for children who have suffered early life trauma, by significantly improving the consistency and quality of support available to Therapeutic Parents in the UK, regardless of whether they are Foster Carers, Adopters, Kinship Carers, Special Guardians, Step Parents or Birth parents.

Who to contact

Telephone
01453 519 000
E-mail
enquiries@naotp.com
Website
NAOTP
Notes

Our Aims


To assist Therapeutic Parents in gaining the specialist knowledge, skills, insight and strategies required for effective therapeutic parenting.

To guide Therapeutic Parents towards effective and relevant support, especially in relation to minimising the effects of compassion fatigue.

To promote and assist cohesive partnerships between therapeutic Parents and supporting professionals.

To improve outcomes for all our children.

Where to go

Name
NATP Headquarters (By appointment)
Address
B3, The Priory
Long Street
Dursley
Gloucestershire
Postcode
GL11 4HR

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Open Monday to Friday from 9am until 5pm
Time of day
Morning
Afternoon

Other Details

Costs

Details

NATP Full membership for practising Therapeutic Parents from £38.00 per year

NATP Joint membership for practising Therapeutic Parent from £60.00 per year

NATP Associate Member for professionals from £55.00 per year

Additional Charges - Addional charge may occur with regards to phone support, professional consultation and/or meeting attendance in advocate capacity.

Availability

Additional Information

Providing services to
Adults
Carers
Older people

Last checked on 18/08/2020

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