Thursday 5th November 2015 - Thursday 10th December 2015, 19:00-21:00
£45 (£35 for students & ESTD-UK members)
For qualified clinical psychologists, counsellors, psychotherapists and trainees in their final year, this four x 2 hour seminar course will take place on
5th November, 19th November, 26th November and 10th December 2015 : 7.00 – 9.00pm
It is based on First Person Plural’s training films ‘A Logical Way of Being’ and ‘No Two Paths the Same – living and working therapeutically with dissociative identity disorder’.
The seminars will cover Understanding Dissociation and the three phases of therapy – Stabilisation, Working through Trauma and Consolidation & Integrated Living. You must attend all four sessions. The seminars will be interactive with questions and shared examples from those who would like to contribute being an important part of the learning experience.
The seminars will be led by Melanie Goodwin and Remy Aquarone. Melanie has DID and Remy is a therapist working for over 30 years with dissociative clients; both have many years of experience as trainers and through their wider work in this field have a breadth and understanding of the clinical and theoretical developments. Both have been instrumental in starting and are still involved with organisations that provide support, knowledge and education on trauma and dissociation. Melanie is a co-founder of First Person Plural and Remy is the Director of the Pottergate Centre and co-founder and former president of The European Society for Trauma and Dissociation.
You will receive a certificate of attendance for 8 CPD hours on completion of the course
Early booking is recommended as this course has proved to be popular.
Book a place with eventbrite via this page: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/complex-dissociation-and-the-three-stages-of-therapy-norwich-tickets-18093159126
First Person Plural was established in 1997 and has been providing training and awareness raising about complex dissociation for most of this time.
FPP is the only national membership charity in the UK which exclusively works for and on behalf of those affected by dissociative identity disorder (DID) (sometimes called multiple personality disorder – MPD) or the similar childhood-trauma-related complex dissociative disorder unhelpfully known as type 1 dissociative disorder not otherwise specified (DDNOS) or type 1 other specified dissociative disorder (OSDD) in DSMv.
It prides itself on working collaboratively with related organisations which share the same ethos and similar aims as FPP. This includes ESTD, TAG, Pottergate Centre for Dissociation and Trauma, The Survivors Trust, CWP NHS Foundation Trust and others.