The trauma counsellors toolbox with Christiane Sanderson
Creative and experiential training brought to you by Nottingham Counsellors Group on a not for profit basis.
Exercises to aid recovery and healing from complex trauma.
As complex trauma is primarily stored in the right brain, practitioners need to be able to facilitate right brain engagement through a range of creative techniques and exercises to expand their toolbox.
The aim is to enable practitioners to explore more creative ways of working with survivors of childhood sexual abuse (CSA) to help them become more embodied and facilitate post-traumatic growth through a series of experiential exercises including creating a web of shame, working with nesting dolls, and the use of art, soft toys, playdoh, masks and sand tray to access the inner child and explore family dynamics, and building resilience to facilitate post-traumatic growth.
This is a one-day workshop.
The day starts at 9.30am, so you will need to arrive by 9.15am. The day finishes at 4.30pm prompt. Lunch is at 1.00pm for 40 minutes and there are mid-morning and afternoon breaks.
In adopting a workshop style approach, counsellors and practitioners will have an opportunity to actively engage with a range of tried and tested exercises to use with clients who have experienced complex trauma.
What you gain from this workshop:
This training day will provide professionals working with survivors of CSA, sexual violence and domestic abuse an opportunity to develop and enhance their existing skills by adding new techniques to their therapeutic repertoire.
To request a booking form please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the host
Nottingham Counsellors Group