Monday 10 October 2011 (10.00am - 3.30pm)
Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee
Cost: £75 (Buffet Lunch included)
The seminar will cover diagnostic issues in identifying traumatic experiences that are rooted in childhood and differentiating these from traumas experienced by otherwise healthy adults that may result in PTSD and a disruption in their self-reflective functioning. The seminar will consider implications for planning an appropriate treatment strategy and will be illustrated with case material.
Alexandra (Sandi) Richman is an accredited trainer and accredited consultant in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing). Her trainings are fully approved by EMDR International Association and EMDR-Europe Association. Sandi was trained by Dr Francine Shapiro, the founder of EMDR, and has used EMDR in her own practice for over 18 years. Sandi is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist and until recently headed up an EMDR service within the Traumatic Stress Service at the Maudsley Hospital in South London. Further information about EMDR Training.
Following the success of previous events the seminar format includes 4 sessions of presentations and experiential activities.
This event is sponsored by 18 & Under an established charity based in Dundee, which offers confidential support and information to young people and children who have been abused in any way. Eighteen & Under run the Violence Is Preventable programme in schools and other venues around the country.
To book: Book via the Online Store
Further information on the seminar series: http://www.dundee.ac.uk/eswce/news/2011/traumaseminars.htm
Or contact: Susan M Lamb - email ESWCEfirstname.lastname@example.org; telephone 01382 381480
Posted: 7 September 2011