Date: Friday 24th April 2020
Times: 10 am to 5 pm
Cost: ACAT Member £110 (online) / £125 (invoice/cheque) | Non–member £125 (online) / £140 (invoice or cheque)
Location: Room 9, Hamilton House, Mabledon Place, London, WC1H 9BD
Overview / aims
The overall aim is to develop the knowledge and skill to enable clients to acquire the resources and capacities for processing trauma and unmanageable emotional states, to strengthen and elaborate their adult self in relation to other parts of themselves and other people. This is primarily an experiential practice-based workshop, with demonstrations, exercises, group discussions and use of case examples from the trainer and participants. Conceptual input will be used where needed to guide and make sense of practice.
This is relevant to the following groups:
This is for all CAT therapists and those on Practitioner and the Inter-Regional Psychotherapy Course, and fits in with EMDR principles, stages and core protocols.
John Bristow, CAT psychotherapist, supervisor and trainer. Since March 2016 I have been updating myself with trauma therapy training, seminars and reading on neurobiology for psychotherapists, and with peer supervision. I have now integrated this into my practice and supervision. Since its formation in March 2016, I have been an active member of the ACAT special interest group (SIG) on Embodied CAT and Trauma, in which we share our learning from somatic therapies and EMDR and from other psychotherapists who use neurobiology to inform their practice. We offer seminars and supervision, write papers and share our learning resources within ACAT.
ACAT reserves the right to change programme content and presenters.
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