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Westridge Centre

Brading Road

Ryde

PO33 1QS

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Unveiling the psychology that underpins interpersonal trauma and effective professional response to such LEVEL 3

Training Course Description:

This LEVEL 3 full day course aimed at both the children and adult’s workforce aims to explore the psychology behind why people do not behave ‘logically or actively’ when faced with situations of intimate interpersonal violence and abuse. This includes the specific vulnerabilities of children, and especially teenagers, to sex offenders. Understanding how people behave when faced with threats, and how and why they become vulnerable to repeated victimisation, is crucial when working with victims of trauma and abuse. The day will finish with a section ‘help for the helper’ for professional who work with trauma victims, covering how to look after oneself, and colleagues, while being repeatedly exposed to traumatised people and adverse details of trauma.

Learning Outcomes:

Attendees will learn about:

  1. The Neurobiology of threat
  2. The impact of trauma
  3. Trauma Bonding
  4. The impact of working with traumatised people

Presented by:

Zoe Lodrick MSc BA Hons (1st) UKCP, Psychotherapist & Trainer

Course Attendance Fees:

The IOWSCB & IOWSAB offer free training to their partner agencies. In the case of non-attendance or cancellation within 48 hours of an event, a fee of £120 will be incurred. This fee will be waived if a suitable delegate is sent instead.

Tea/coffee/water will be provided. There is free parking on site.

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Westridge Centre

Brading Road

Ryde

PO33 1QS

United Kingdom

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