WORKING WITH DISSOCIATIVE DISORDERS IN CLINICAL PRACTICE
SATURDAY 7 JULY 2017
ABOUT THE DAY
Chronic dissociation in childhood can lead to a dissociative disorder in adulthood. The most well-known of these is Dissociative Identity Disorder. This course will look at a range of topics including diagnosis and differential diagnosis, treatment plans, contracting and boundaries, pacing, working with different types of parts of the personality, pitfalls and landmines, processing trauma, and issues for the therapist.
Please note this day is aimed specifically at counsellors and psychotherapists working with dissociative clients in clinicial practice.
The speaker is Carolyn Spring.
10.00 am to 4.30 pm (registration from 9.30 am).
£85.00 (discounts and concessions available)
Broadclyst Victory Hall
Exeter EX5 3EE
WHO IS IT FOR?
Delegates from a wide range of backgrounds and sectors attend our training, this includes:
- rape crisis or helpline staff and volunteers
- CPNs / healthcare staff
- police, prison and probation staff
- social care staff
- education staff
- anyone working with people who have suffered trauma in childhood
Really fantastic training. Slick, very well organised but with a light touch. My patient R has been using your materials extensively already and found the training very inspiring and I personally gained a huge amount from the day.Dr Gordon Barclay