Trauma and Neglect: Theory and skills for intervention with individuals

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This subject is a post-graduate and professional level of study divided into three modules. You will focus on contemporary models of conceptualising, assessing and intervening with individuals who have experienced trauma and/or neglect, broadly conceived, including sexual and physical abuse, natural disasters, accidents, school or workplace bullying, war, torture, forced migration, and the impact of serious mental illness. These include models focusing on ego-states, transgenerational/developmental models, and trauma processing. The modules will be offered as face to face or on-line, delivered by The Bouverie Centre or the appropriate training body for that model. Module 3 consists of clinical practice classes where you will work in groups of 6 with a supervisor to practice and refine your skills and knowledge as applied in role-play, discussion and live work using a reflecting team process.


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  1. Introduction to contemporary trauma theory and practice with individuals
  2. Practical interventions for processing trauma with individuals
  3. Trauma clinical practice