This one day training event delivered by First Person Plural, the Dissociative Identity Disorders association, is suitable for anyone whose work includes supportive or therapeutic contact with vulnerable individuals.
Using a mix of experiential, group discussion, audio visual media and didactic training tools the day aims to further improve understanding of the complexity and contradictions in how clients who have dissociative identities may present. It supports and develops participants existing professional knowledge and training through providing complex dissociation specific information and practical suggestions. It encourages development of participants’ practice when supporting a client with DID who is in crisis.
The training is delivered by Kathryn Livingston & Melanie Goodwin, and it continues and consolidates learning from First Person Plural’s Trauma & Complex Dissociation Part 1 training day. Attendance on Part 1 is the ideal prerequisite for entry onto this Part 2 training. However, if you have not attended the first part of the training, we can share resources with you to view in advance: First Person Plural’s training film “A Logical Way of Being” and the chapter on Stabilisation from “No Two Paths The Same”. Please contact email@example.com to request these resources, after booking.
First Person Plural are experts-by-experience trainers, they deliver a professional training day that provides a unique perspective with generous sharing of lived experience to enhance theoretical learning.