These are 90 minute workshops will run over three sessions during the conference. These are not bookable. There will be a maximum of 20 people in each workshop ensuring there is time for interaction and questions. Slides of most of the workshops will be available on request.
For questions or further information on the conference workshops, please email Melanie Goodwin.
Working ‘therapeutically’ with survivors of complex trauma in a frontline crisis service – progress and pitfalls
Ways to recognise your dissociative parts through Art Therapy
Working with Severe Attachment Trauma: An attachment-based therapeutic understanding and approach to working with severe attachment trauma and people with dissociative identity disorders
My child cannot stop crying! Exploration of dissociation due to medical trauma
What does Trauma look like? A workshop for visually expressing personal and/or learned understandings of what Complex Psychological Trauma is.
Working with anger in the therapy room
Reconstructing the behavioural building blocks of traumatized children – practical strategies to reduce misinterpreting the child’s attempts to survive
That crucial partnership between therapist and the protective/enraged/internalised abuser part/s of the system (PEI part)
Into Dark Places: In the Mind of a Sexual and Violent Offender
Working with dissociation in a residential DBT setting
Recognising, Understanding and Countering ‘Organised Ritual Crime Abuse Network’ (ORCAN) Activities
Exploring hidden abuse which can occur within church culture
First Person Plural: An insight into the reality of living with DID
Exploring and Understanding The Role Of Therapeutic Parenting For Traumatised Children
Struggling for Relationship: Working with multiple attachment styles
Partnership in Working with Parts of the Self
How to promote mentalising in working with Trauma and Dissociation
Em (living with DID)
DID – Not Just a Mental Health Condition!
The Impact and Ripple effect of Trauma and Dissociation on the child in therapy, the therapeutic process and the family system
Facilitating a phased approach to working with traumatised children: the use of creativity; psychoeducation and therapeutic tools
“When the Body Speaks”: a case study exploring work with a child who presents with trauma memories, manifesting as paralysis
Rhythms for Resonance