Upcoming training days

Working with Dissociative Disorders in Clinical Practice (Peterborough 29 September)

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. To see where else it is running, please see the Working with Dissociative Disorders in Clinical Practice overview page

Please note for Peterborough training days we will be facilitating a shared taxi service from Peterborough train station. To register interest please contact us after making your booking.

Date Friday 29 September 2017
Cost £85.00
Venue (click town for details)
Peterborough
2 Staplee Way, Peterborough, Peterborough PE1 4YT, UK Peterborough, Cambridgeshire PE1 4YT United Kingdom
Peterborough
£85.00 137

Dissociation and DID: The Fundamentals (Bristol 13 October)

What is dissociation? Why does it occur? How does it manifest? When does it lead to a dissociative disorder? What are depersonalisation and derealisation? Are dissociative disorders for real? How do you support someone who suffers from trauma-related dissociation?  How do you recover?  What is it like to be dissociative?

Dissociation is a normal response to trauma, and this course will cover a range of issues fundamental to understanding this phenomenon and how it presents in trauma survivors’ lives. It is suitable for a variety of professionals working in this field, along with survivors themselves. For more information see the DID and Dissociation: The Fundamentals overview page.

Please note for Bristol training days we will be facilitating a shared taxi service from Bristol Temple Meads and Bristol Parkway train stations. To register interest please contact us after making your booking.

Date Friday 13 October 2017
Cost £50.00
Venue (click town for details)
Bristol
The Vassall Conference Centre Gill Avenue, Fishponds, Bristol BS16 2QQ United Kingdom
Bristol
£50.00 55

Working with Dissociative Disorders in Clinical Practice (Bristol 14 October)

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. To see where else it is running, please see the Working with Dissociative Disorders in Clinical Practice overview page.

Please note for Bristol training days we will be facilitating a shared taxi service from Bristol Temple Meads and Bristol Parkway train stations. To register interest please contact us after making your booking.

Date Saturday 14 October 2017
Cost £85.00
Venue (click town for details)
Bristol
The Vassall Conference Centre Gill Avenue, Fishponds, Bristol BS16 2QQ United Kingdom
Bristol
£85.00 37

Dissociation and DID: The Fundamentals (Nottingham 3 November)

What is dissociation? Why does it occur? How does it manifest? When does it lead to a dissociative disorder? What are depersonalisation and derealisation? Are dissociative disorders for real? How do you support someone who suffers from trauma-related dissociation?  How do you recover?  What is it like to be dissociative?

Dissociation is a normal response to trauma, and this course will cover a range of issues fundamental to understanding this phenomenon and how it presents in trauma survivors’ lives. It is suitable for a variety of professionals working in this field, along with survivors themselves. For more information see the DID and Dissociation: The Fundamentals overview page.

Date Friday 03 November 2017
Cost £50.00
Venue (click town for details)
Nottingham
The Westgate Suites Westgate, Long Eaton, Nottingham NG10 1EF United Kingdom
Nottingham
£50.00 99

Working with Dissociative Disorders in Clinical Practice (Nottingham 4 November)

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. To see where else it is running, please see the Working with Dissociative Disorders in Clinical Practice overview page.

Date Saturday 04 November 2017
Cost £85.00
Venue (click town for details)
Nottingham
The Westgate Suites Westgate, Long Eaton, Nottingham NG10 1EF United Kingdom
Nottingham
£85.00 96

Working with Relational Trauma (Peterborough 24 November)

A training day for people who work with people who have been hurt by people. A day about our intrinsic value as human beings, and how our experiences of relationships shape us—for ill or for good. This day will look in-depth at attachment theory and how the brain develops based on the thousands of tiny interactions between a baby and its primary caregiver. As a result of these interactions, attachment ‘styles’ develop which continue to play out throughout life and in all of our adult relationships. These attachment ‘styles’ – including ‘disorganised’, which is highly correlated to both dissociative disorders and borderline personality disorder – revolve around the expression or suppression of emotion in order stay connected in relationships. This training day will look at how this develops, and the role that psychotherapy can play in developing ‘earned’ secure attachment through affect regulation and mentalising. For more information see the Working with Relational Trauma overview page.

Please note for Peterborough training days we will be facilitating a shared taxi service from Peterborough train station. To register interest please contact us after making your booking.

Date Friday 24 November 2017
Cost £85.00
Venue (click town for details)
Peterborough
2 Staplee Way, Peterborough, Peterborough PE1 4YT, UK Peterborough, Cambridgeshire PE1 4YT United Kingdom
Peterborough
£85.00 132

Working with Dissociative Disorders in Clinical Practice (London 2 December)

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. To see where else it is running, please see the Working with Dissociative Disorders in Clinical Practice overview page.

Date Saturday 02 December 2017
Cost £85.00
Venue (click town for details)
London
Amnesty International HQ 17-25 New Inn Yard, London EC2A 3EA United Kingdom
London
£85.00 167