This qualification entitles graduates to use skills to deal with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder within existing roles. This course gives them the tools to add to their existing skills and deal with this complex disorder.
- What is PTSD?
- The formative years
- Vicarious trauma
- Belief systems and PTSD
- Characteristics of PTSD
- Treating PTSD/PTS
- Grief and survivor guilt
- Children and PTSD
- Diagnostic criteria
- The 6 basic steps
- What causes PTSD
- The brain’s alarm system
- The trauma trail
- Perceptual distortion
- Acute stress disorder
You Will Receive:
A complete course manual with this training that will be a valuable resource for the future. Additionally, you will receive a speciality certification from the UK Academy as a testament to your achievement.
Who should attend?
Therapists and others who wish to assist clients suffering from the effects of trauma within existing roles.
Students must satisfy ONE of the following entry requirements in order to study with the UK Academy:
A) Be working in a therapeutic field OR
E) Be qualified to work in a therapeutic fields OR
F) Be educated to degree level OR
G) Have a professional qualification
All prospective students will be interviewed before being offered a place on the course. The decision of the UK Academy as to the suitability of past experience and qualifications for undertaking this course will be final.
Structure of the course:
This is a two day course
£200. Payment may be spread over a period of up to four months by arrangement.
This programme will be held at Brookhouse Hypnotherapy London, #7 23-24 Great James St, London, WC1N 3ES
Distance learning option:
Suitably qualified applicants may undertake this course via distance learning, although the Academy does recommend live training as offering an excellent opportunity for practical experience of the techniques being taught.
The course will be accompanied by a short question paper which maps to the learning outcomes.