Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) can occur following the witnessing or experiencing a life threatening event.
Many people think that PTDS is mainly a problem for people who have been in a war zone or in military combat. PTSD can however be as a result of serious car accidents, terrorist incidents, being in earthquakes or other natural disasters. It can also be experienced by those who have suffered trauma through sexual or physical assault either in childhood or as an adult.
More recently clients are approaching therapists for help with the trauma’s they have experienced during the pandemic, such as violent relationships.
Lockdown has certainly worsened pre-existing mental health issues, fears, anxieties and feelings of isolation and disconnection. The effects of this horrendous pandemic will reach far into the future and there will be an increase in demand for your services in this area which makes the training a must.
On the course you will learn:
- What is PTSD?
- How to establish the difference between Anxiety and PTSD
- Signs and Symptoms of PTSD
- A full step-by-step process for working with PTSD clients
- All the tools, techniques and protocols needed to deliver a successful 6-week programme
- How to use EMDR with PTSD clients
- How to use EFT with PTSD clients
If you can’t attend live, the training will be fully recorded and will be available to purchase afterwards
Your Tutor: Clem Turner
Clem has specialized in helping clients who are suffering from anxiety since 2004. Over the years he has designed his own protocol for dealing with many issues relating to anxiety, stress, panic attacks, depression and those suffering from PTSD which is the subject of this workshop.
The cost of the course includes relevant handouts, all scripts and forms, PowerPoint presentation, certification and CPD points, plus ongoing support by phone or e-mail.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Course – Live Via Zoom
Cost: Discounted rate for members of the GHR, NCH and BIH – £147 (standard price for non-members £177)
Date: 13th February 2021 9.30am – 4.30pm