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Ukraine PTSD, Sexual and Gender Based Violence

When:
Thursday, August 18, 2022, 8:00 AM until Friday, August 19, 2022, 12:00 PM
Videoconference information will be provided in an email once registration is complete.
Additional Info:
Event Contact(s):
Lisa de Rijk
Category:
Private Group RTM Training
Registration is required
Payment In Full In Advance Only
Registration cancellations will be accepted
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Ukraine PTSD, Sexual and Gender Based Violence Day 1
Ukraine PTSD, Sexual and Gender Based Violence Day 2

This training is designed to upskill current RTM™ and future to-be-trained therapists in Ukraine with knowledge of working with sexual and gender based violence (SGBV) resulting in PTSD.

Learning outcomes

- Identify how clients present with SGBV

- Understand how SGBV can lead to PTSD

- Recognise the psychobiological effects of SGBV

- Coercive control and gaslighting as a backdrop to SGBV

- Recognise how capacity and consent can lead to normalisation of SGBV

- Understand how Adverse Childhood Experiences can lead to PTSD responses in adult sexual relationships

- Develop skills in supporting clients to manage issues of power and control in relationships

- Gain an understanding of the need to develop a care pathway for post PTSD care in SGBV

- Develop insight into the skills required to manage suicidality and self-harm in SGBV

- Use reflective practice to assess own risk for vicarious trauma and develop effective strategies for self-care

- Be able to assess case appropriateness for RTM™ intervention

 

Pre-requisites for attending

All attendees are required to have either completed RTM™ training or are enrolled on a scheduled training.

Post graduate qualification or 5 years + experience in psychology/psychotherapy or counselling.

Ukraine nationality

 

Course format

1.5 days of training with some pre and post course reading provided.

Zoom online classroom based

Main lectures and small group exercises

 

Costs

$300 per person