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This course will re-frame your thinking about human response, challenging your view about ‘difficult behaviours’ and enabling you to identify the symptoms of trauma your clients may be experiencing.
Viewing your work through a trauma lens opens up a whole new toolkit for you to work with, it enables the clients difficulties to be normalized and explained which gives permission to step away from their trauma and move forward with different knowledge and thinking.
Professionals working directly with clients (Social Workers, Counsellors, Psychotherapists, Teachers, Police Officers, Medical staff etc.)
Alison is a Supervisor, UKCP accredited Psychotherapist and Certified Transactional Analyst. She works in private practice in Bournemouth, Bournemouth University as a lecturer in clinical skills and for the Sexual Trauma and Recovery Service (STARS) in Dorset.
Alison has developed her experience in working with clients who have symptoms of complex PTSD. She works using Herman’s three-phase therapeutic approach as a trauma framework with her clients to ensure clinical safety and space to understand and resolve the intrusive symptoms that client’s experience.
Her passion is sharing knowledge with other practitioners to support their therapeutic practice and develop their skills to allow the client to recover.