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SAT 12 FEB
SERC - Trauma Informed Therapy (12/02/22) CPD Presenters: Athol Henwick & John McLoughlin
Zoom
12-02-2022   Registration: 09:15 a.m. Starts: 09:30 a.m.: 16:30 p.m..
6 CPD hours
IACP Members Only

Places Limited to 93

Bookings will close on Thursday 10th Feb 2022

SERC - Trauma Informed Therapy


Presenters Bios:

Athol Henwick is a psychologist who has worked as a student counsellor and since 2004 has been involved in counselling people at risk of suicide or self harm. He has provided various consultancy roles in residential setting and within the field of addiction also.


John McLoughlin is a former psychiatric nurse and has spent time working in adolescent and adult mental health settings including a non-residential therapeutic community. Since 2004 he has been working as a trauma counsellor in a statutory service.


Workshop Outline:

The workshop aims to explore how trauma is manifested in the adult survivors life. There will be a presentation on stress as stress disorders are so prevalent in the way in which trauma becomes manifest. The workshop aims to offer plenty of opportunity for interaction and peer learning.


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