Understanding and working with PTSD and complex trauma
This highly relevant training workshop, presented by Christina Buxton from the University of Chester, promises to be an engaging event for therapists in the Telford, Shropshire, and Mid-Wales areas.
The workshop is organised by the Forum for Counsellors and Psychotherapists, which offers reduced rates for members. For bookings and information, please email email@example.com, or visit https://www.forum4counsellors.co.uk
Christina Buxton: Christina has worked in the field of psychological trauma for over 20 years and is currently the chair of the British Psychological Society Crisis Disaster and Trauma Section, and Programme Leader for the MSc in Psychological Trauma at the University of Chester. In 2018, Christina was a keynote speaker at the International Trauma Summit in Belfast, where she presented on the subject of Complex PTSD with Dr Judith Herman. Christina’s most recent clinical work is with young people and adolescents suffering from complex PTSD.
Aims of the day:
- To understand the context of psychological trauma
- To be aware of the physical responses to psychological trauma
- To explore the common effects of exposure to psychological trauma
- To examine the main frameworks governing diagnosis and treatment of PTSD and Complex PTSD (which became a diagnostic entity in its own right for the first time in June 2018)
- To examine useful approaches to the assessment of psychological trauma
- To understand how to treat specific aspects of difficulties arising from exposure to psychological trauma.
Bookings and information - please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Hosted by Duncan Stoddart
The Forum for Counsellors & Psychotherapists aims to provide accessible and affordable CPD events for therapists in Shropshire and Mid Wales. By inviting quality presenters and trainers from a wide variety of disciplines, Forum offers both experiential and information-based workshops and lectures. Duncan Stoddart, Forum Chair