Working with survivors of child sexual abuse
174 Dragon Lane, Whiston, Merseyside, L35 3QY
Start: 9 November 2019 9:30am
End: 9 November 2019 4:00pm
The workshop will explore the long-term impact of child sexual abuse (CSA) on adult survivors, both physically and psychologically. It continues by exploring how counsellors can enhance their practice for this client group by examining the healing process. This includes:
- The ways in which survivors cope.
- Identifying the stages from beginning the healing process to moving on.
- Difficulties faced, such as relationships, intimacy and sex.
- Exploring our own perceptions, attitudes and beliefs around CSA.
- The importance of self-care for the therapist.
- Case studies will be used to explore all these themes.
Deanna Kirby who is a counsellor, psychotherapist and trainer.
Deanna has worked in a variety of client-supportive positions, including education, since 1989. She has worked as a counsellor in two charities and in private practice, with clients aged 16-82. She is currently in private practice and works as a college counsellor. She is a member of the BACP and has a BA (hons), PGCE, MA, Post Grad Dip.
Who would benefit from attending?
Counsellors / Student Counsellors / Specialist Practitioners working with adults or CYP clients.
9.30am for refreshments of tea / coffee / juice
Course starts promptly
Lunch not provided, so please bring along your own lunch.
CPD certificate provided for 6 hrs CPD.
Limited to 15 places.
Initially, places are only available to staff and volunteers of Listening Ear. Any remaining places will be offered externally after 1 October 2019.
Payment may be made in full at the time of booking, or you can choose to have the payment collected in installments via your salary.