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Dear Colleagues,

The following workshops will mainly be of interest to disability practitioners who work with students with mental health difficulties.  They are also likely to be of interest to those providing counselling services, so please do forward this email to the appropriate people in your institution.

Christianne Sanderson a researcher and author specialising in adult survivors child sexual abuse and in domestic abuse and has written key texts on these subjects.  She is also a lecturer at Birkbeck and a practicing psychotherapist. 

All enquiries about these workshops should be made to Christiane at [log in to unmask]

Caroline

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Dr Caroline Davies
Consultant 
IMPACT Associates
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07905 79 91 40    0207 731 4058
www.impact-associates.co.uk 

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Christiane Sanderson BSc., MSc.

       

                        Workshop Programme Summer 2008

 

29 March                       Child Sexual Abuse 

19 April                          Self Harm

17 May                            Rape

21 June                           Domestic Abuse

19 July                            Memory and Recovered Memory

30 August                       Shame

(Tba) September           From Surviving to Thriving

 

Venue:       University of London, Birkbeck College, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HX

Time:        10  4 pm

Cost:         50.00  each

To book: Due to limited places early booking is advisable. Please send cheque with your name, address and contact details (including email address) to C. Sanderson, 1 Fabian Road, London SW6 7TY. Email address:  [log in to unmask]   (Regrettably all bookings are non-refundable).

All the workshops will present contemporary research and theories from Christiane's books, 'Counselling Adult Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse', 'The Seduction of Children' and 'Counselling Survivors of Domestic Abuse', and reflect 20 years of training and clinical practice. They will provide a framework to develop a deeper understanding of the topics, the impact on the individual and the long-term effects. Emphasis will be placed on how to work with these issues through the therapeutic relationship, to restore reconnection to self, others and the world, and facilitate post-traumatic growth.  Clinical case examples will be used throughout to illustrate the material presented.