Resilience in the face of trauma: working with clients’ coping resources in therapy
This seminar will focus on the theory and practice of assessing the coping resources of individuals as a gateway to therapy and as a guide to strengthening each client’s coping resources. The psycho-linguistic methods Professor Lahad employs help the therapist be attuned to their clients’ resilience and coping as well as to their inner story.
We will be introduced to the practice of Six-Part Story Making [6PSM], a method developed by Professor Lahad, which allows client and therapist to work metaphorically with the client’s traumatic narrative. It is a method that will help the therapist to learn how to extract and understand the coping styles of their client, how to understand the client’s basic assumptions about the world and the main questions they are preoccupied with, and how therapist and client can plan the treatment therapy based on this “map”.
Please follow this link for more details: https://www.brightontherapypartnership.org.uk/events/resilience-in-the-face-of-trauma/
About The Palmeira Practice
Professor Mooli Lahad has two PhDs, one in Psychology and the other in Human and Life Science. He is a psychologist, a teacher, an author, a humanitarian, and a world expert on treating trauma in the aftermath of crises or disaster. He is considered one of the world leading experts on community and public behaviour and coping with disasters.