Events and Training

Upcoming Mulberry Bush Events and Training.

Training & development

We offer a range of accredited and non-accredited training training, courses and events to improve your skills, knowledge and confidence.

Foundation Degree (FdA) in Therapeutic Work with Children and Young People
Foundation Degree (FdA) in Therapeutic Work with Children and Young People

An award-winning Level 3 course, with an option to continue to a Level 5 Foundation Degree, run by The Mulberry Bush and validated by the University of the West of England. The course develops the capacity of students to support the emotional growth of children through meaningful relationships. Read more

Attachment Informed Practice Training
Attachment Informed Practice Training

This training is designed for anyone working with children, young people and/or their parents or carers. The training aims to provide an understanding of attachment, how this impacts on a child or young person’s behaviour and how to support children and their individual needs. Read more

Training in Emotion Coaching
Training in Emotion Coaching

Event date - 04/10/2022

Emotion Coaching is an evidence based approach to help children to understand and manage their emotions. Emotion Coaching enables adults to co-regulate children’s emotions, de-escalate situations where behaviour is challenging and develop children’s ability to self-regulate their own emotions and behaviour. Read more

Level 3 Certificate in Therapeutic Group Work with Children and Young People
Level 3 Certificate in Therapeutic Group Work with Children and Young People

Used well, groups can be a powerful tool, enabling children to learn to work safely and productively together. This experiential qualification enables practitioners to develop the skills, knowledge and understanding to make effective use of a therapeutic group to support change for children and young people effectively. Read more

Reflective Supervision Training
Reflective Supervision Training

Event date - 22/06/2022

The Mulberry Bush’s Reflective Supervision training is designed to support staff with developing their knowledge and skills relating to being a supervisor. Read more

School Improvement Partner Training
School Improvement Partner Training

The Mulberry Bush training programme, endorsed with a Crossfields Institute Quality Mark, will provide experienced, effective special and alternative provider (AP) school leaders with the skills and knowledge to become a School Improvement Partner (SIP). Read more

Reflect, Experience and Act (REA’s)
Reflect, Experience and Act (REA’s)

These are bespoke 2 day experiential training for those working within a reflective and therapeutic environment. Read more

The Living Learning Experience (LLE)
The Living Learning Experience (LLE)

Event date - 13/09/2022

The LLE is a two day intensive, experiential, residential experience. During this experience participants explore working closely with ... Read more

Therapeutic Environments Practitioner Course (TCEPT)
Therapeutic Environments Practitioner Course (TCEPT)

TCEPT is a unique training opportunity for practitioners of all levels in NHS, Criminal Justice Systems, Education & Care sectors. ... Read more

Fundraising events

Take part in a fundraising event and make a difference to the lives of those affected by childhood trauma.

Our organisation

Our school

The heart of the charity’s practice expertise is The Mulberry Bush School in Standlake, Oxfordshire.

Outreach

Training, consultation and support to schools, care services and organisations working with challenging or vulnerable children, their families and communities.

Our research

The Mulberry Bush is committed to research in therapeutic residential and foster care.

MB3

MB3 (The Mulberry Bush Third Space) is the National Centre for Reflective Practice.

Help us transform troubled lives

We rely on your donations for building improvements, many outreach services, research, new service developments or any of the fun, extra-curricular activities which many other children take for granted and which emotionally-traumatised children so desperately need.