WORKING WITH DISSOCIATION AND DISSOCIATIVE IDENTITY DISORDER (DID) IN SURVIVORS OF COMPLEX EARLY LIFE TRAUMA AND ABUSE WITH PHILIPPA DRYLAND

WHEN: Wednesday 6th May 2020 9.30am – 4.30pm

WHERE: Life Centre, 711-715 Wimborne Road, Winton, Bournemouth, BH9 2AU 

This training day will focus on what helps and what hinders when working with survivors of complex trauma, dissociation and DID.

Over the course of the morning we will explore the importance of self-awareness, authenticity and ‘presence’ for the counsellor when grounding, stabilising and resourcing dissociated ‘parts’ of self that present in therapy.

During the day we will look at what helps and hinders when working with survivors of complex early life trauma and abuse who have dissociative disorders.

We will look at the impact of ‘therapist factors’  on the therapeutic relationship.

We will explore what helps when facing conflicted responses towards us as therapists and the challenges to us all when working with internal conflicts around life and death’ and self harming.

Philippa Dryland is an accredited counsellor, (BACP) supervisor and trainer who has worked extensively over the last 15 years with complex trauma, dissociation and DID in survivors of early life trauma and organised abuse.

She is a member of RAINS (Ritual Abuse Information Network Support) and was a trustee of TAG (Trauma and Abuse Group) for 7 years. Philippa is committed to raising awareness of what helps on the journey of recovery for survivors of both historic and ongoing organised abuse.

Lunch and refreshments included in price. If you have any specific dietary requirements or want any further information please email [email protected]

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