Domestic abuse in therapy
Working with domestic abuse in therapy.
This course is aimed at those who have attended the 'introduction to domestic abuse' training or for anyone who already has some understanding of domestic abuse.
This event takes a deeper look at working with abuse, perpetrators and survivors of domestic abuse. It does this by looking at the following:
- Exploring the role of the therapist.
- Developing assessments and contracts.
- Looking at what approaches to use.
- Considering dilemmas.
- Strategies and best practice.
All delegates will receive a CPD certificate worth six hours.
'Very well structured. It was really interesting, useful, and it helped to reflect on my practice.'
'Gemma has exceptional knowledge of domestic abuse. She is an excellent trainer.'
'I would not change anything of this training.'
Lunch is not provided. The centre has a kitchen, fridge and microwave for delegates to use. Light refreshments will be provided.
About the host
Gemma Ridge is an accredited (BACP) integrative psychotherapist and training consultant who specialises in domestic abuse.
She is a director of 'HealthWise Leeds Therapy Centre', and works at PAC-UK, an adoption charity.
Gemma worked for the probation service for 12 years. She was a Home Office national trainer.