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Learn the science behind creating a trauma and attachment aware classroom and learning

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Download your free copy of this information guide that will show you how you can begin to remove barriers to learning in children and young people who are in emotional distress.

“Lisa delivered some timely and effective training in attachment awareness and emotion coaching at one the my schools . The feedback from teachers and leadership was extremely positive and the impact over time has resulted in great improvements to pupil behaviour and development.”
Lesley Dolben

Primary Regional School Improvement Lead at United Learning

Who is Lisa Cherry?

Lisa Cherry is a highly regarded leading international trainer and consultant, specialising in assisting those in Education, Probation, Social Care and Adoption and Fostering to understand trauma, recovery and resilience for vulnerable children, young people and their families. Lisa is the published author of three books and has worked with young people in social care, children and families and education in a variety of roles including Leaving Care and Residential Social Work. She has worked with many sectors in building multi disciplinary preventative services through numerous schools and education departments in their communities prior to 2010. 

Lisa has nearly 30 years experience in this field and combines academic knowledge and research with professional skills and personal experience. Lisa has recently completed research on the impact of exclusion on children who were looked after away from home in the 1970’s and 1980’s.

Lisa experienced the care system as a looked after child, starting her journey of recovery in 1990. She has written and developed courses and keynote presentations on this and associated subjects. She has built a reputation for delivering transformational training and engaging participants imaginatively in the world of the traumatised child.


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