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Durham training in Complex Dissociation

Trauma-related Complex Dissociation : Origins & Consequences Parts 1 and 2 Thurs 22nd & Fri 23rd September 2016  First Person Plural’s experienced trainers Melanie Goodwin & Kathryn Livingston deliver this two day course to provide an understanding about complex dissociative conditions (DID and related); and explore practical ways of recognising and supporting people who have dissociative identity disorder

Trauma & Dissociation in Children Conference

This two day conference from Integrate Training will be a practical presentation by Dr Joyanna Silberg on Trauma & Dissociation in Children.  It will take place in London on 15th & 16th September 2016. For more information – Joyanna Silberg, Ph.D. is the Senior Consultant for Child and Adolescent Trauma at Sheppard Pratt Health

FPP’s Training Day in York

The Evolving Therapeutic Relationship 1st July 2016 Participants will expand understanding of clients’ perspectives on living with dissociation; how this can affect their experience of and ability to develop and utilise the therapeutic relationship effectively as it evolves and fluctuates throughout therapy.  Participants will gain some practical ideas for what might work to support their

Members Fun & Crafts Open Meeting

The fun and crafts open meeting for FPP members hosted by the Norwich peer support group on 23rd January was a great success, with about a dozen people there.  The afternoon enabled members attending to be with others affected by complex dissociative disorders in a safe, understanding environment.  It made it possible for full and associate members

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