Abuse, Trauma & Dissociation: Understanding & Working Towards Recovery

Abuse, Trauma & Dissociation: Understanding & Working Towards Recovery

A two day course facilitated in partnership with Eleanor Longden.

A rare opportunity to work with trainers with personal and professional experience, awareness and skills in the understanding and treatment of complext trauma.

Learning Outcomes:

By the end of training all participants will have:

  • Enhanced confidence, responsiveness and awareness for supporting survivors of trauma and abuse.
  • Increased knowledge of working therapeutically with dissociative experiences and use of the DES-II.
  • Greater understanding of the clinical relevance of dissociation.
  • Awareness of effective short and long-term strategies for reducing distress and gaining control.
  • Acquired skills and knowledge to work collaboratively with trauma survivors to help them reclaim ownership of their experiences and work towards recovery.
  • Knowledge and awareness of the risks of vicarious trauma, and how to keep ourselves safe when supporting distressed clients.

Suitable for anyone wishing to understand more about healing from trauma and working with dissociation, including mental health/social service professionals, psychotherapists and counsellors, voluntary sector workers, survivors and their friends and family.

Demand is expected to be high – so please book early to avoid disappointment!

Cost for two days training (lunch not included): £185

A limited number of reduced rate places are available for the unwaged and students.

Please get in contact for further information.