Working with Trauma

Facilitators: Tamika Dwight-Scott and Brenda Tanner

This 10-day program is aimed at qualified practitioners and therapists who expand their therapeutic approach.

The framework and content have been specifically designed to offer participants skills and knowledge around key aspects of trauma and provide practical insight into the different modalities of therapy that can be offered to a client on their recovery journey.

The program will be delivered in two parts to allow for integration and practice.
The Initial five days provides group-centred, facilitated learning around program objectives 1-4. Each session will have a theoretical and a practical component with participants working in pairs, or as small groups. Case studies will form a key element to the program in order to support learning and expansion of theoretical components.

Day 5 – 10 will occur 4 – 6 weeks post day 5, and will include a weekend retreat to create awareness around self-care. The focus of the second week is to introduce a range of therapeutic methodologies that can be highly effective when working with trauma clients and support practitioner participants to develop much greater selfawareness and self-care. Participants will be expected deliver a presentation on how they have incorporated their learning from Day 1- 5 into their client sessions – This element will form a major part of the overall assessment to obtain CPD points.

The program will incorporate on-going assessment to allow the participant to demonstrate integration and application of the skills and knowledge acquired.

PART 1:  4 – 8 November | Matcham

PART 2:  9 – 13 December | Hunter Valley

CPD Hours: 
This event counts as 20 hours of category A CPD for PACFA’s membership renewal requirements

For full details regarding the event please download the FLYER.

To book a place please go to the website.

04/11/2020 - 13/12/2020
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

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