Working with Sexually Abused, Traumatized & Children of Divorce Families
Sexual abuse of children is a complex, invasive and life-altering experience.
- Johannesburg:131 Riverside Road, Sandton, Johannesburg
- R 3,000.00
- A 30% non-refundable and non-transferable deposit is required in order to register for the workshop. If the workshop is cancelled by the trainer due to insufficient numbers the deposit will be refunded.
Over the course of the two days of training, the following prime areas will be covered:
- Opening Comments
- Childhood Sexuality
- Age appropriate sex play versus problematic sexual behaviour
- Dynamics of the sexual experience
- Treatment Plan
- Long term effects of trauma
- Impact of trauma
- Perceptions about treating trauma
- Structuring the play sessions
- The prism and the prison of the child in divorce and how children defend & cope
The development of children in high conflict families:
- School age
- Early adolescents
- Intervention plan
Working with sexually abused children can be as equally complex, invasive and life-altering for the clinician. Issues regarding compassion fatigue and secondary post-traumatic stress disorders in play therapists.
The child’s journey towards healing in the context of play therapy relationship and the importance of allowing traumatized children to access and integrate their experiences in safe and manageable ways will be explored.
|Payments Made Payable To:|
|Account Name:||EDUCATION UNLIMITED|
|All proof of payment must be faxed or e-mailed for acceptance of registration.
Hand-outs presented at each workshop.
|Tea and coffee served. Lunch on your own unless otherwise advised.|