Postgraduate diploma in trauma and PTSD (accredited by NCIP)

01189 892 399 01189 892 399 / 07834 470 248 07834 470 248
21st January - 3rd December 2023, 9.45am - 5.30pm
Counsellors and trainees
Online

This postgraduate level course is one of the longest-running trauma/PTSD courses in the UK. It has been constantly updated and extended for more than a decade.

The course addresses theory, assessment, effective treatment strategies, and comorbidities for simple (type I) and complex (type II) traumas. Included are modules on safety and stabilisation, emotion regulation, four trauma processes, traumatic nightmares, and working with children. Participants will become proficient in delivering a clear, systematic, comprehensive and flexible trauma process.

The course contains a selection of evidence-based trauma processing approaches, including in-depth practice of imagery rescripting for complex trauma. Comprehensive notes include an impressive toolkit of techniques that will be practised throughout the course.

Trauma supervision is an integral part of the course and continues until April 2024.

This 22-day course is held on 11 weekends, one weekend each month with no meeting in August.

For additional info, please visit traumatraining.org.uk or call our office on 07834 470 248.

The next course starts in January 2023!

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Hosted by Lucia Hall

Lucia Hall is a psychological therapist, mental health practitioner, European psycho-traumatologist, lecturer, supervisor, clinical hypnotherapist and EMDR therapist. She is an expert in treating trauma, PTSD and the conditions that so often accompany them, such as anxiety, depression, and nightmares... She is USA citizen with a British husband.

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