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THE CHALLENGES OF WORKING WITH COMPLEX TRAUMA
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VENUE
Tavistock Centre
120 Belsize Lane
London
NW3 5BA
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DATES
Saturday 10 November 2012
SCHEDULE
09.30 Registration and refreshments
10.00 Start
16.00 End
CPD HOURS
Certificates of Attendance for 5 hours will be provided at the event
PROGRAMME DETAILS
FEES
Fees include full programme, materials, tea and coffee and lunch
  • Full self-funded fee £90 + VAT
  • Full organisationally-funded fee: £150 + VAT
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THE CHALLENGES OF WORKING WITH COMPLEX TRAUMA
A one-day seminar led by Alexandra Richman
SATURDAY 10 NOVEMBER 2012 - LONDON
ABOUT THIS EVENT

The seminar will cover diagnostic issues in identifying traumatic experiences that are rooted in childhood and differentiating these from traumas experienced by otherwise healthy adults that may result in PTSD and a disruption of their self-reflective functioning. The seminar will consider implications for planning an appropriate treatment strategy through a staged model of trauma treatment and will be well illustrated with case material.

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