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Self Harm: A Common Form of Self Help

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This workshop will help you to better understand the many forms of self harm and explore how to recognise, support and work with clients.

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Workshop: Self Harm: A Common Form of Self Help

Speaker: Cara Cramp, Counsellor and Creative Arts Psychotherapist

Date: Saturday 13th November 2021

Time: 9.30am - 3.00pm

Training Type: Live Webinar (facilitated on Zoom)

Hosted by: Willows Counselling Service, Swindon

CPD: 5 Hours

About the Workshop:

This one-day workshop will focus on working with clients who use self-harm to cope.

During the day, we will explore how to recognize, support and work with clients who use self-harm.

The day will be a mix of teaching, exploring and interactive, creative learning some of the topics and questions we will touch on during the day will be:

  • What is self-harm?
  • How do I respond to a disclosure of self-harm?
  • What boundaries do I need to think about when working with clients who use self-harm
  • What are the triggers and roots associated with self-harm
  • How can I work creatively with a client who uses self-harm

About the Speaker:

Hello, my name is Cara Cramp and I have a private practice in Leicestershire. I have over 25 years experience working with children who have difficulties with social, emotional, and behavioural wellbeing and I qualified as a therapist in 2014 I am a member of BACP and have a master’s degree in Creative Arts Therapy.

I specialise in working with children who have trauma-related issues and so often the children I see are working through self-harm and/or chaotic eating issues.

I have personal experience of these topics also and so my workshop not only gives a professional and creative perspective but a personal one too.

Who is this workshop suitable for?

This workshop has been designed as a source of Continued Professional Development (CPD) for Counsellors, Psychotherapists, Teachers, Support Workers and other mental health professionals. It will be helpful for students undertaking counsellor or psychotherapy training by way of broadening their knowledge and gaining exposure to more specific fields.

About Willows Counselling and Training Service

Willows is a charitable organisation offering Counselling and Counsellor Training in Swindon, Wiltshire. The service has been running for 30 years and is well established in both knowledge and reputation in the local area and beyond.

Willows offers the full suite of qualifying courses for Counsellors; Levels 2, 3 and Level 4 Diploma. For qualified therapists, they run a post-qualification Level 5 Diploma in Trauma Counselling, as well as an annual CPD programme of Saturday workshops days and an annual training conference.


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