Date(s) - 28/11/2020
09:30 - 16:30
This workshop will build your awareness and understanding of trauma. It is designed for any professional working with people who encounter trauma, from therapists to emergency service staff.
The word trauma is often used but is often not understood. This lack of understanding often means traumatised individuals are not getting appropriate care and this can lead to further trauma, and so the cycle continues. This workshop is the beginning of a potential course of workshops which will work to eradicate this lack of understanding.
Trauma-informed care is something Linda cares deeply about. Her knowledge, passion and experience alongside her holistic care of people will be what makes this a workshop not to be missed.
This workshop will help you define:
• What trauma is
• The types of trauma
• Basic awareness of the impacts of trauma and complicating factors
• What not to do with someone who is traumatised
• Self-care for you
You will come away with a raised awareness of the effects of trauma in the people you work with, but also yourself.
Linda Bishopp, MA Jungian Psychotherapy, DMS, Dip Couns, TFT Alg, Reg MBACP, MTHF. Linda is a Psychotherapist, Counsellor and Healer who has had a private practice for the past 9 years. Her practice has evolved into specialising with adults who are traumatised, usually for long-term repeated abuse, or developmental abuse (cPTSD), such as childhood sexual, physical or emotional abuse.
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I am a creative and spiritual ‘Tech Geek’, a passionate Polymath with many different interests, skills and talents, mostly in Training, Self-Development, Wellness, Design and Businesses. Alongside co-running the Therapists’ Network I help sole-traders run their businesses with Coaching on Easy Planning, Love/Work Balance, Photography, SEO, Content Creation and much more… A ‘Cheeky’ Entrepreneur, Friendly Feminist and Loving Activist, I believe that the world is a better place when we think as one-consciousness. I regularly enjoy GeoCachng and Weekends Camping in nature with my son.