WORKING WITH TRAUMA & PTSD TRAUMA 2: COMPLEX TRAUMA
Working with Trauma and PTSD 2
The price of this course is £220. We are offering an early bird discount until end 12 May which brings the cost down to £176.
Who is this course for?
This course builds on the learning from CFC Trauma 1 course so maximum benefit would be gained by attending both Trauma 1 and Trauma 2. However, the two trainings can be taken separately. You do need to have an understanding of trauma presentations and experience of using a trauma informed approach before attending Trauma 2. This 2 day course is suitable for qualified and student counsellors, psychotherapists and related professionals such as social workers and family support workers. We advise participants to have appropriate supervision or support in place for the duration of the programme. (This is a non-accredited programme that will deepen the understanding of trauma and its impact and develop further skills in working with people affected by trauma and PTSD.)
Aims and Outcomes
COMPLEX TRAUMA (day 1)
- Understand features of complex trauma
- Understand contributing factors eg Adverse Childhood Experiences
- Using an attachment lens, understand complex trauma typical cognitions and behaviours, and how these may be played out in the therapeutic relationship including common transferences/counter-transferences
- Explore ways to respond therapeutically to different client groups including survivors of domestic abuse
- Understand the concept of vicarious trauma and the importance of therapist self-care
COMPLEX TRAUMA (day 2)
- Understand the effect of difference (cultural, religious, sexual identity ..) on the presentation of trauma and possible effects on the therapist
- Working with clients when the trauma is ongoing including managing risk
- Ethical dilemmas
- Opportunity for participants to discuss own cases
- Development of own ‘trauma-informed’ model
Penny Bullock, MSc (Psychological Trauma), MProf Studies (Psychological Trauma), BSc., Post-grad. Cert. in Supervision, PGCE. MBACP(Snr. Accred.)
Penny has worked as a counsellor, both privately and within the NHS for over twenty years, with adults and young people. She currently specialises in trauma work and has an interest in research. Penny has been a clinical supervisor for 15 years and has delivered training to a wide range of professionals.
Dates, times, venue and CPD
Dates: Thursday 13 June and Friday 14 June 2024
Time: 10:00am to 4.00pm
Venue: The Counselling & Family Centre, 40 Mayors Road, Altrincham, WA15 9RP
CPD: 12 hours
For more information on our courses, including making a booking or cancellation, please see course information.