We will look at working from a Trauma-Informed approach, the limits to our role as counsellors and therapists and how we can safely and gently slow a disclosure down to ensure the information is protected for any future Police investigations or claims.
This workshop will develop confidence in your ability to tolerate and hold disclosures appropriately and safely. It will equip you to:
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The workshop will enable you to:
Qualified and Trainee (in placement) Therapists.
Alison is a Supervisor, UKCP accredited Psychotherapist and Certified Transactional Analyst. She works in private practice in Bournemouth, Bournemouth University as a lecturer in clinical skills and for the Sexual Trauma and Recovery Service (STARS) in Dorset.
Alison has developed her experience in working with clients who have symptoms of complex PTSD. She works using Herman’s three-phase therapeutic approach as a trauma framework with her clients to ensure clinical safety and space to understand and resolve the intrusive symptoms that client’s experience.
Her passion is sharing knowledge with other practitioners to support their therapeutic practice and develop their skills to allow the client to recover.