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Jessica Sinarski on the power of attachment in school. Relationships are inextricably linked to learning. As the old saying goes, "Kids don't care how much...

Attachment: the elephant in the classroom

Jay Vaughan on why schools need to be trauma informed. Attachment is a sensation in the nervous system, flooding our body and brain with feel...

From ‘attachment disorder’ to ‘developmental trauma’

Dr Jennifer Nock outlines how schools should work towards trauma-lnformed practice. IntroductionUntil quite recently, the narrative around children who have experienced Developmental Trauma, sometimes referred...

What about me?

Andrew Wright and Tony Clifford look at how schools can develop attachment aware practices to meet the needs of all pupils

Suffering in silence

How can we help troubled children who seem to be fine? Jennifer Jones examines the world of children with avoidant attachment issues

Understanding the needs of looked after children

Tania Allen examines the effects that an early disruptive attachment history can have on brain development, and how the trauma of separation impacts on a child's ability to access education

Adoption and attachment

Early trauma can mar relationships between children and their adoptive parents. Here, a mother tells of two very different little boys, both with attachment disorder

Attachment disorder in practice

Paul Gaffney, of the Association for Psychological Therapies, and Cheryl Liberati-Comiskey examine the role of attachment theory in understanding some of our most troubled children

Book Reviews

Neurodiversity and Education

The authors of this publication combine extensive experience in the fields of education, neurodiversity, teacher training, tutoring and consultancy. Paul Ellis broadcasts regularly on...