CREATING SOCIAL CHANGE ONE CONNECTION AT A TIME
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Discover the 3 steps to moving away from a life of pain and suffering, into Your Hope Filled Future
Who is Lisa Cherry
Working with vulnerable children, whether in an educational setting or through fostering and adoption, you know what a struggle life can be for them. Those that suffer through Adverse Childhood Experiences, research has proven time and time again, face greater challenges in life because of things that happened to them beyond their control.
My mission is to provide accessible, scientifically grounded knowledge and information to all those working with and around trauma, resilience and recovery. Continue reading.
Discover some of my training and resources:
Get access to my free video training - The Importance of Breath. Learn how breathing can help calm a classroom.
Your Hope Filled Future is a 9-part personal development programme giving your the tools to live a life filled with hope.
MY LATEST BOOK
The Brightness of Stars - Stories of Adults Who Came Through The British Care System. Buy online.
My 3-part Video Training Course to assist Education Professionals - Dealing With Trauma in the Classroom.
FREE GUIDE FOR EDUCATION PROFESSIONALS:
Removing the Barriers to Learning for Children and Young People in Emotional Distress
It really doesn't seem like two years since I attended the biannual Childhood Trauma Conference in 2016 but it is and the suitcase is out to start packing again for my flight this Thursday. It's just as well I got my hug from Stephen Porges (Mr Polyvagal Theory) as he...read more
GUEST POST from Ian Dickson I looked at the disadvantage statistics for people who have left care yesterday. They’ve changed little over decades, but I check them a lot to remind myself why I campaign for change for the care experienced community. The same depressing...read more
I am currently writing my MA Dissertation and I have chosen to focus on care experienced adults who left care in the 1970's and 1980's and the impact of certain experiences across the life course. The academic research in this area is strangely lacking and this...read more