How to achieve safety and stabilisation in stage one trauma therapy
Most people have heard about the three-stage approach to trauma therapy and understand the importance of achieving safety and stabilisation before trauma memories can safely be processed. But how do you achieve this?
This course looks at lots of different practical ways for you to work clients including:
- Understanding the window of tolerance and how to work with it.
- The importance of assessment.
- Affect regulation and grounding skills.
- Creation of anchors and safe place visualisations.
- Managing triggers and flashbacks.
- Developing client resources.
- The importance of pacing.
- Building trust.
Numbers restricted to maximum of 16.
9.30am to 4.30pm.
Drinks and snacks provided, bring your own lunch.
Please see our website for more information about this and other courses.
Hosted by Lynsey Lowe
Lynsey Lowe is a BACP accredited therapist with experience of working with survivors of abuse. She worked for a specialist service for 5 years & now works in private practice as a therapist and supervisor. Sally French was a sexual offences specialist lawyer who worked for the CPS for 25 years. She is a UKCP accredited therapist in private practice