Forgotten Mums: Supporting the Emotions of Mums at Risk of Child Removal Workshop with Kate Blakemore

From this training you will go away understanding the levels of Social Care involvement when...

Last updated 9 June 2024

From this training you will go away understanding the levels of Social Care involvement when working with families. The training will explain what support social care provide at each level and what support mums receive and most importantly may not receive.

This is a very complicated system that many parents fail to understand. Underpinning this training we will explore parents emotions at each stage.

Health professionals, Counsellors, social worker, family support workers, or any professionals involved with working with mums with social care involvement. This course will help provide a clearer understanding of the legal process and also how to work with the mums to engage and support them therapeutically.

Presenter

Kate Blakemore

Kate Blakemore BA (hons) Bus. Management . Diploma in Counselling. Award in Teaching. Mentoring qualification. Reiki 2 qualified. Diploma in Fertility counselling. Accredited counsellor in infant Loss.

Kate is a person-centered counsellor and founder/CEO of the charity Motherwell Cheshire, a women and girls mental health charity. Kate is a mum of 3 children passionate about supporting mums mental wellbeing after her own struggles when becoming a parent.

Kate has been a counsellor for 12 years working in a Person Centred Approach. Kate is the founder of a women and girls mental health charity Motherwell Cheshire, of which she has won many awards for.

Kate has worked therapeutically with mums involved with Social Care and also mums who have had the children removed for many years and is passionate about supporting them to move with their lives.

Kate Blakemore
Kate Blakemore BA (hons) Bus. Management . Diploma in Counselling. Award in Teaching. Mentoring qualification. Reiki 2 qualified. Diploma in Fertility counselling. Accredited counsellor in infant Loss.

Kate is a person-centered counsellor and founder/CEO of the charity Motherwell Cheshire, a women and girls mental health charity. Kate is a mum of 3 children passionate about supporting mums mental wellbeing after her own struggles when becoming a parent.

Kate has been a counsellor for 12 years working in a Person Centred Approach. Kate is the founder of a women and girls mental health charity Motherwell Cheshire, of which she has won many awards for.

Kate has worked therapeutically with mums involved with Social Care and also mums who have had the children removed for many years and is passionate about supporting them to move with their lives.

Kate has developed the Believe Project a project that supports the mental health of mums that are at risk of or have had their children removed from their care. information can be found on www.believe-motherwell.co.uk