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Trauma Informed Therapy and Supervision

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Developing Best Practice with Clients who have experienced Complex Trauma

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Clinical and neuroscientific research is leading to new insights into the nature and optimal treatment of complex traumatic stress. Trauma-informed Practice draws on this research, offering a strengths-based framework that emphasises physical, psychological and emotional safety. Instead of identifying what is ‘wrong’ with the person, this approach understands client behaviour as an adaptive purposeful attempt to cope with life experiences, creating opportunities for survivors to rebuild a sense of control and empowerment.

Trauma-informed practice recognises the prevalence and detrimental impact of trauma not only on individuals, but on whole communities. It aims to educate and support people working within educational, health, justice, and social systems to develop best practice with complex trauma related problems.

In this practical and interactive seminar, Anthea Millar will address the following as an essential foundation to a trauma informed approach to therapy and supervision:

A Trauma Informed Approach

The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study

Trauma Diagnosis: Putting People before Protocols

Principles of Safe Trauma Therapy

Adverse vs Resilient Community Experiences

Trauma Informed Supervision

Anthea Millar MA, MBACP (Senior Accredited), UKRC, Dip. IIP

Anthea Millar is a UK based senior accredited psychotherapist, psychotherapy trainer and supervisor/supervisor educator, with 35 years’ experience working in the National Health Service, with Employee Assistance Programmes, and numerous social service, educational and charitable agencies. Anthea is a founding partner of Cambridge Supervision Training, and is regularly invited to deliver trauma therapy and supervision training in the UK and abroad. She is co-author of ‘Practical Supervision’ and has written many other articles on supervision and trauma.

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