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March 2020

Covid 19 Update – all workshops taking place remotely

March 19 - June 24

In the light of the virus and government advice around non essential social gatherings, all workshops will be delivered online via meeting software for the foreseeable future. The booking process has not altered however - so please book your preferred option (as if there were no virus).  Until further notice all places will be online only, regardless of option chosen.

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May 2020

Achieving and Consolidating MotC Reliability

May 11
Cambridge Centre for Attachment, Cambridge Centre for Attachment, Station Road
Cambridge, CB24 3DS United Kingdom
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£75 – £200

At Cambridge Centre for Attachment: Garden Annexe. This is a full training day/workshop designed to re-fresh and consolidate coding skills to support those trained in the MotC who have yet to achieve reliability, or those who achieved relaibility some time ago and wish to re-visit their skills and improve confidence. Who is it for? Anyone trained in the MotC, whether reliable or not, who wishes to update their coding skills towards reliability or more confident ‘blind coding’ for others. What…

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11th May workshop – Late payments

May 18
£75 – £200

This payment is for those who still need to pay for the Achieving and Maintaining Reliability Workshop

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MotC Supervision Group

May 28 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
£35

Clinical Supervision group for those using the MotC in therapeutic practice. By invitation only. Please contact Juliet.

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June 2020

Using the Meaning of the Child Workshop

June 22 @ 10:00 am - 4:30 pm
Cambridge Centre for Attachment, Cambridge Centre for Attachment, Station Road
Cambridge, CB24 3DS United Kingdom
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£75

At Cambridge Centre for Attachment: Garden Annexe. This workshop is designed to support those trained and involved in, or actively interested in using the MotC. Its aim is to continue the development of an active network of those interested in the MotC, to facilitate ‘peer supervision’ & the sharing of ideas, experience and expertise. Who is it for? Anyone trained (or training) in the MotC, whether reliable or not, who is actively using the MotC or looking to do so…

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