• Friday 11th May 2018
  • Presenter(s): Dr Jeremy Tudway and colleague

Dealing with Challenging Situations

Friday 11th May 2018
9.30pm 4.30pm
Venture House, Stratford upon Avon

(includes refreshments and sandwich lunch)

Numbers limited to 20 places

Dr Jeremy Tudway is a Chartered Psychologist specialising in Clinical and Forensic psychology and is now the lead Psychologist and Clinical Director at Lancashire NHS Trust. A member of the British Association of Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapists, Jeremy has held senior clinical and management positions within the public and independent sector, as well as having senior management experience across a range of forensic services. Dr. Tudway works therapeutically with mentally disordered offenders and forensic issues but also works closely with other client groups, such as adults with mental health problems and learning disabilities.

The format of the day will involve an initial presentation of some challenging clients along with the ethical and practical dilemmas these might pose for practitioners. Some examples might include working with manipulative or dishonest clients, or those seeking to draw therapists into the legal process. We will be interested specifically in rare and challenging situations. Other examples may include clients who attempt to avoid prosecution or those in the aftermath of suicide or serious self- injury. The afternoon will involve case studies and how reflection and supervision can enable therapists to recognise potential traps, pitfalls and situations that can result in professional compromise.

This one day workshop will be of use to both recently qualified and experienced therapists, counsellors and supervisors.

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