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In this last episode of Series 2, expert Sarah Dillon explains how and why trauma has such a profound and negative effect on the relationship children have with food. Their behaviours with it might include: hoarding stealing hiding eating all the time refusing food only eating certain types of food gorging on sugar or sugar products All of these ha…
 
When small children display signs of sexualised behaviour, foster and adoptive parents find it repugnant. As NATP expert Jane Mitchell explains, they are rightly furious with those responsible for the abuse their child must have suffered in an earlier existence. In this episode, Jane sets out an array of simple but effective strategies that help to…
 
In this episode, Sarah Dillon tells us why traumatized children run away or abscond from loving and caring foster and adoptive families. She understands this problem in depth both as a professional and because she was once a runner herself. Sarah tells us children run away for fear-based reasons which do not reflect badly on their foster or adoptiv…
 
A child in a state of dissociation can be a strange and disturbing thing to witness. In this week's edition, Jessica Jackson - whose own small son has a tendency to dissociate - talks us through why this happens and above all, what to do when it does. Dissociating can best be described as mentally leaving the room. If you are parenting a traumatize…
 
Your first reaction to the sight of your child smeared in its own poo could well be shock and revulsion. But understanding why they do strange things with their faeces or when they urinate on the carpet is key to finding a solution. You might be surprised to learn that this is one of the issues most asked-about on our Facebook page. This episode's …
 
Little else could be more destructive to a family unit than a child who is violent and aggressive towards their adoptive or foster parents. In this week's episode, our expert guest, Jane Mitchell, tells us that children can show superhuman strength when their fears are adrenaline-fuelled. The result can be harm to the parents and costly damage to t…
 
This week COECT's CEO Sarah Naish talks from personal experience about the strain placed on a relationship when a couple adopts or fosters traumatized children. Parents can quickly experience isolation within the relationship itself. This is especially the case if one becomes the main carer and the other is not around enough to witness the difficul…
 
Remember the child in your school class who was the fidgety one? Or the one who always had their hand up but was ignored by the teacher because they made apparently stupid remarks? Or the one that seemed to know exactly what was going on everywhere else but was paying no attention at all to the lesson? You wouldn’t have known it at the time, but th…
 
If your child is from a traumatized background you may be asking yourself why they are seem so super sensitive to everything. Why are they so watchful and guarded? What are they afraid of? Why do they seem to focus on matters of peripheral importance when they should be concentrating on their lessons or simply on going to sleep? Why can't they just…
 
It is often really difficult for the professionals involved to know if a group of traumatized siblings should be kept together or separated once they've been removed from their birth families. There are so many factors to weigh in the balance such as: Do the siblings depend on each other and have they formed an unbreakable bond? Or is there intense…
 
Raising a traumatised child to adulthood is fraught with challenges. But if you get Jane Mitchell's Super Strategies in place from the very start, you'll find them a great support. They form a template that help you face up all the problems that come your way in a consistent, predictable and reliable way that ultimately help your child feel safe. A…
 
In the first edition of Series 2, you'll hear plenty of therapeutic parenting strategies for coping with the inevitable loneliness and isolation experienced by the parents of traumatised children. COECT's CEO Sarah Naish talks about her own challenging experience bringing up five siblings from a traumatised background on her own after the break-up …
 
As a trailblazer in the field of therapeutic parenting, COECT founder Sarah Naish has made a profound difference to the lives of many struggling foster and adoptive parents. She also runs fostering agencies in England and Wales where her effective strategies are applied. The agencies empower families to make a success of fostering even when things …
 
The damage inflicted on a child as a result of domestic violence - be it physical or emotional - can have a catastrophic effect on their young lives. In this episode, Rachel Cawthorn, helps us to understand why this is the case and what physiological changes take place in a child as a result of this abuse. Rachel is a social worker with 15 years ex…
 
"Bazza" is a professional social worker with in-depth experience of working in the family courts protecting the rights - and the futures - of children. For good professional reasons, she has to remain anonymous. But on this podcast edition she provides us with an invaluable insight into how the family courts arrive at their decisions. Decisions whi…
 
Our first male guest of this series joins us on this podcast edition to talk about a father’s experience of therapeutic parenting. Kinship Carer, Iain Fogg and his wife have cared for the daughter he refers to on the podcast as “kiddo” (not her real name), for the last two years. We learn about the so-called honeymoon period and its aftermath, seco…
 
In this episode, Jessica Jackson, an academic and practicing social worker as well as the adopter of two sibling boys joins us to advise on how to help a traumatized child go to sleep. Wherever childhood trauma occurs, sleep will be impacted. Nightime might well be associated with bad memories and it is well known that traumatized children are more…
 
Today's guest, Rosie Jefferies, the Managing Director of COECT, talks frankly about the fears and emotions she experienced as a small child at the start of her adoption journey. Rosie's profound early life trauma meant she was understandably distrustful of all adults. Indeed she viewed them as dangerous to herself and to her four younger siblings. …
 
Today's guest, Sarah Dillon, spent much of her childhood in care. Now a child and adult therapist, she is an internationally-recognised expert with experience on both sides of the therapeutic parenting fence. In this episode, she speaks to parents who all too often feel judged when their traumatised child displays regressive behaviours in public - …
 
First meetings and moving your adoptive child in to join your family can be among the most important in helping a child, especially a traumatised one, settle well. COECT expert Jane Mitchell knows from personal experience about the pitfalls and gives clear and essential advice in this podcast on how to handle both these important occasions. Her wor…
 
You may be puzzling over why your traumatised child's behaviour around birthdays and festivities becomes even more challenging and difficult than normal. Our expert guest on the podcast this week, Glynis Hough, is a Foster Parent with decades of experience, a parent of multicultural children, a former social worker and a parent coach. She’s been be…
 
Developmental Trauma Disorder is a little known phrase that is only now beginning to gain traction with health authorities. Why is it important? As this week's guest, Sarah Naish, explains - it is the right term to describe the behavioural characteristics displayed by children due to neglect and trauma or by those who experienced serious pre-birth …
 
The Therapeutic Parenting Podcast welcomes parents, children and supporting professionals to this first edition. Meet Sarah Naish, CEO and Founder of the Centre of Excellence in Child Trauma and the author of best selling books on Therapeutic Parenting. She and her team have built up an impressive array of services to help those whose lives are bei…
 
Welcome to the Therapeutic Parenting podcast brought to you by the UK based Centre of Excellence in Child Trauma. This weekly podcast is intended to support people whose lives are being torn apart by the consequences of early life trauma and neglect. Are you a deeply concerned adopter or foster parent, birth parent, special guardian or kinship care…
 
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