9:00 am - 4:30 pm
This one-day interactive professional development training provides practitioners with the foundational knowledge and skills needed to work in counselling and/or therapeutic relationships with adult survivors of complex trauma.
It presents best practice principles for working with complex trauma clients, drawing on current research in trauma theory and therapy, attachment, affective neuroscience and interpersonal neurobiology. It differentiates complex trauma from single incident trauma (PTSD) and explores the importance of a phased approach for complex trauma clients with a primary focus on safety and stabilisation in phase 1 work.
This training provides essential knowledge, insights and tools to enhance clinical practice and possibilities for recovery for complex trauma clients who present challenges around to ‘adaptive’ coping strategies, arousal, emotional regulation, attachment and safety.
By participating in this professional development training, attendees will:
· Utilise knowledge of the types, prevalence, dynamics and impacts of individual, complex and collective trauma to articulate the benefits of trauma-informed practice
· Apply an understanding of the stress response, attachment and child development to strategies for supporting the capacity to regulate emotions and arousal
· Articulate the core principles of complex trauma therapy, including a phased strengths-based approach and the importance of relationship in recovery
· Create basic resources for supporting challenging emotions and behaviours, including dissociation
Who should attend?
This training is designed for practitioners who work in a counselling or therapeutic relationship with complex trauma clients.
Psychologists, clinical psychologists, counsellors, psychotherapists, mental health nurses, social workers, general practitioners, psychiatrists, other allied health professionals.
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