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Workshops & Events

Working with Veterans
with Dr Suzanna Rose 18 May2012
105 + VAT (30 deposit)

Increasingly, within The Psychology Service, we are asked to offer therapy to veterans, not only in respect to problems associated directly with combat stress, but also where the client has gone on to experience a further trauma, such as a road traffic accident. Therapy with this client group is often complicated by a variety of factors and it is all too easy to make matters worse rather than facilitating a recovery process.

We are delighted therefore that Suzanna has agreed to hold a training day on this area, not only to enhance our understanding of the problems experienced by veterans or sufferers of combat stress, but also to highlight the complexities of working with this client group. She will discuss the different therapeutic techniques that have been proved useful in addressing the presenting problems using case examples. Furthermore, she will address the issues that arise when undertaking therapy in situations where such clients have been subject to further trauma.


EMDR
with Derek Farrell and Paul Keenan
8 Days £1100 Including VAT

  • Part 1: 03 to 05 May, 3 days 450 (including VAT)
  • Part 2: 28 to 29 June, 2 days 350 (including VAT)
  • Part 3: 30 Oct to 01 Nov, 3 days 450 (including VAT)
  • Cost: If you are booking all three parts the course is discounted to 1100

Derek Farrell and Paul Keenan are co-hosting our ever popular EMDR Training.

Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing is widely recognised as one of the most affective forms of treatment for symptoms of PTSD and is recommended by the NICE guidelines. It is also successfully used to treat a variety of problems such as grief, phobias, other anxiety based disorders, and pain.

The Psychology Service specialises in psychological trauma, offering both expert psychological reports for the court and psychological therapy.
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