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Working therapeutically with people who have complex trauma histories

 

Overview

Target audience: Psychologists, clinical psychologists, counsellors, psychotherapists, mental health nurses, social workers, general practitioners and psychiatrists working in therapeutic contexts with adult survivors of complex trauma

Course summary: This training provides the knowledge and practice framework to enable practitioners to establish safe, supportive, therapeutic relationships with people affected by abuse, neglect and/or attachment trauma. It will build understandings, knowledge and skills around the impacts of trauma on mind, body and emotions as wells as to adaptive responses. The training will provide participants with the opportunity to workshop learnt practices using real life scenarios.

Upon completion of this professional development training, participants will be able to:

Fee payable: Yes

Delivery mode: On site

Contacts

Adults Surviving Child Abuse
Leah Davison
PO Box 597
Milsons Point NSW 1565
Ph: (02) 8920 3611
Email: coordinator@asca.org.au

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Last updated: 9 August 2016
 
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