Working with clients who have faced trauma and seeing them recover and grow is a satisfying and rewarding experience. And yet, as the therapist, what happens when we are involved in trauma?
John Wilson talks to psychotherapist Martin Weaver about his personal journey through childhood bereavement, the age of AIDS/HIV, family death, and now cancer. They explore how we can and perhaps should make the best use of our skills and experiences as therapists to ensure our own resilience through life’s major and minor traumas. Participants will be encouraged to ask their own questions and make their own observations during the conversation.Read More
Supervision using Constructivist theory and practice to engage supervisees’ experience of Trauma, Bereavement & those difficult conversations.
A discussion focussing on ways to meet the supervisee working with stressful situations in order to create helpful and flexible responses.Read More
The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy has published an article by Felicity Biggart & Martin Weaver (BACP Healthcare Counselling and Pyschotherapy April 2012, 12(2), 19-23) about the origins and research behind Trauma Resilience Training and a detailed account of the actual training process.Read More