Working with relational trauma: Dealing with disorganised attachment (Bradford)
This is 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. If therapy is all about the relationship, then what do you do when the client is really difficult to relate to? Can you understand their behaviours as being logical in the light of their previous experiences? Can you show them the dignity and respect they need (and deserve)? What do you do when the client ‘attaches' too quickly or too intensely? Or seemingly fails to form an attachment at all? How can attachment theory inform your work with clients with even the most controversial of labels like borderline personality disorder or dissociative identity disorder (DID)?
Find out more here: www.pods-online.org.uk/training
About the host
The training day is run by PODS, a sister project of START Counselling and a leading provider of CPD training on trauma, dissociation, sexual abuse and attachment. We run around 20 training days a year, throughout England, all of them led by Carolyn Spring, Director of PODS and author of Recovery is my best revenge. www.pods-online.org.uk/training