ARC Conference 2019

21 November 2019, Birmingham Conference & Events Centre (BCEC). 
Key Note Speaker: Dr Margot Sunderland, Child psychologist and psychotherapist

Supporting mental health and well-being

ARC supports attachment and trauma aware practices in education to benefit everyone's mental health and well-being.  

Join ARC

Attachment and trauma aware approaches inspire effective practice in many highly successful schools and settings. Joining ARC connects you to our network and supports your development of best practice.

Why start here?

Learning starts with attachment. Attachment theory explains how children build an internal working model of themselves and the world through relationships. Trauma, abuse, neglect, separation and bereavement have adverse effects, which means the child and adult's sense of safety and relationships need to be rebuilt in order for them to learn.

The Attachment Research Community (ARC) support schools and settings to develop best attachment and trauma aware practice. ARC is a charitable organisation set up in 2017 with a mission to support all schools to be attachment and trauma aware by 2025

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Our Approach

The ARC supports the development of best attachment and trauma aware practice in education in order to benefit everyone's mental health and well-being. ARC supports members to develop and embed their practice. 

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Our Trustees

The ARC was founded by Virtual Heads and Academics who saw how attachment and trauma aware approaches made a difference to young people and adults in schools and settings. 

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Become a member

By joining The ARC you will become part of a growing community of schools, settings and many more who are all committed to developing best practice by sharing their learning about attachment and trauma.

500+

Active Members

200+

Active Schools

40+

Virtual Schools

100+

Audits Performed