Skip to main content

Level 2 Award in SAfE Parenting: A Therapeutic Approach

Level 2 Award in SAfE Parenting: A Therapeutic Approach What is the SAfE Parenting Approach? SAfE Parenting is a Therapeutic Parenting Approach which stands for Secure Attachments founded on Empathy. It is a Therapeutic Parenting course devised by The Centre of Therapeutic Parenting Studies at…

Level 2 Award in SAfE Parenting: A Therapeutic Approach

What is the SAfE Parenting Approach?

SAfE Parenting is a Therapeutic Parenting Approach which stands for Secure Attachments founded on Empathy. It is a Therapeutic Parenting course devised by The Centre of Therapeutic Parenting Studies at Inspire Training Group, part of The Centre of Excellence in Child Trauma. SAfE Parenting is based on the PARENTS model of Therapeutic Parenting devised by Sarah Naish (2017) which supports parents in their ability to look at the root cause of their child’s behaviour and respond consciously rather than emotionally.

What is Therapeutic Parenting?

Therapeutic Parenting is a high nurture, high structured way of parenting, which combines neuroscience and attachment theory to provide an empathic approach allowing parents to connect with their child.

Who is SAfE Parenting for?

The SAfE parenting course is aimed at all parents and can be effective in parenting children with carrying needs. This includes children who have experienced pre-natal and post-natal factors which may have impacted on their development and children who have experienced Adverse Childhood Experiences.

What will be covered on the course?

The course covers the main principles of SAfE Parenting and aims to provide parents with underpinning knowledge of therapeutic parenting strategies.

The course includes

  • Building the foundations of a trusting relationship
  • Meeting the needs of the growing and developing child
  • Creating a SAfE parenting environment
  • SAfE parenting: Looking after ourselves

What can I achieve by attending the course?

Not only will parents be able to learn and put into practice therapeutic parenting strategies which will help them to develop a trusting relationship with their child. They will also gain a certification of our CACHE Accredited Customised Qualification in SAfE Parenting which is benchmarked at level 2 standard of learning.

How long is the course?

Face to face training:

The course is approximately 20 hours, which can be delivered over 10 weeks, in 2-hour sessions. Alternatively, it can be deliver over 2-4 training days. (equivalent of 20 hours).

Online version

Online option is approximately 5 guided learning hours per unit, total of 20 hours of study.

How much does the course cost?

Face to face training:

£300* per learner (minimum of 6 learners)
Hire of venue and trainer’s mileage at additional cost.

Online Version

Payment options available.
Option A: One off payment of £400*
Option B: 4 x monthly instalments of £100*

*plus VAT at 20%

Who to contact

Contact Name
Sair Penna
Contact Position
Head of Centre for Therapeutic Parenting Studies
Telephone
01453452133
E-mail
inspire@fosteringattachments.co.uk
Website
https://www.inspiretraininggroup.com/therapeuticparentingstudies

Where to go

Address
B3 The Priory
Long Street
Dursley
Gloucetster
Postcode
GL11 4HR

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Office is open Monday - Thursday 9am - 5pm Friday 9am - 4pm

Other Details

Costs

Details

How much does the course cost?

Face to face training:

£300* per learner (minimum of 6 learners)
Hire of venue and trainer’s mileage at additional cost.

Online Version

Payment options available.
Option A: One off payment of £400*
Option B: 4 x monthly instalments of £100*

*plus VAT at 20%

Last checked on 17/09/2019

Record managed by Oxfordshire Family Information Service

This information has been collected from third party providers and Oxfordshire County Council cannot accept responsibility for the accuracy of the information nor does inclusion represent a recommendation or an endorsement. Parents, carers, young people and professionals are recommended to check that organisations and services are appropriate and safe before they attend.
See: Help on how to choose services safely