Three Phased Approach - Safety and Stabilisation

Duration: One Day Training

This interactive training presents a framework for working with complex trauma clients, drawing on current research in trauma theory and therapy, attachment, affective neuroscience and interpersonal neurobiology. It explores the importance of a phased approach for complex trauma clients with a primary focus on Phase 1 Safety and Stabilisation.

It provides essential knowledge and tools to enhance practice and possibilities for recovery for complex trauma clients who experience challenges around adaptive coping strategies, arousal, emotional regulation, attachment and safety.

By participating in this professional development training, attendees will:

  • Understand the concept of the phased treatment for complex trauma
  • Understand the neurobiological impacts of complex trauma and attachment type and patterns
  • Examine the dimensions of safety and stabilisation when working with complex trauma
  • Develop safety and stabilisation strategies to implement in practice

Who should attend?

This training is designed for practitioners who work in a therapeutic relationship with people who have experienced complex trauma. Psychologists, clinical psychologists, counsellors, psychotherapists, psychiatrists and social workers in a counselling role.

To attend this training participants should have a developed knowledge base in the foundations of complex trauma, this will not be covered in this session.

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“I was happy to have evidence based information and a facilitator who is clearly extremely practised in the field. The training will have baring on my interactions with my client group.”

Anonymous, Mental Health Nurse Practitioner

“This training was excellent both in content and presentation. The learnings will most definitely enhance my work and personal understanding of trauma.”

Anonymous, Family Counsellor, Marymead Canberra

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