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Service Children and Trauma
9.30 – 4.00 on Monday 9th
December 2013 at Missenden Abb...
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  1. 1. SCSN Service Children Support Network Service Children and Trauma 9.30 – 4.00 on Monday 9th December 2013 at Missenden Abbey, Buckinghamshire, HP16 0BD Children and Young People in Service Families are often faced with on-going difficult events, many of which are potentially traumatic. This training day will present and explain the cognitive model of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder in children and young people (Meiser-Stedman 2002). This particular way of thinking will be used to consider the experiences of Children and Young People in Service Families, and explore what makes things worse and what might help to make them less so. The day will draw on research, clinical anecdotes, and the questions and experience of participants. Some of the difficulties of working within multiple professional systems with children and young people with complex but often unrecognised difficulties will be considered. This course is aimed at Education, Welfare, Health and Social Care professionals working with Service Children and their families. Cost £125 per person for this one day course, training materials, lunch and refreshments To book please email contact@servicechildrensupportnetwork.co.uk (places are limited so early booking advised) This course will be led by David Trickey. David has extensive clinical experience and since 2000 has specialised in working with traumatised and traumatically bereaved children and young people. He worked for 6 years at the Traumatic Stress Clinic in Central London as it became part of Great Ormond Street Hospital. He was then Lead Consultant Clinical Psychologist at Leicester Royal Infirmary Children’s Hospital and is now the Lead Consultant Clinical Psychologist of the Child Bereavement and Trauma Service (CHUMS), an Approved NHS Provider. Additionally, David supervises doctoral research relating to trauma and traumatic bereavement; he publishes novel research, including a meta-analysis of risk factors for PTSD in children and contributes to books. He was commissioned by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport to evaluate the Humanitarian Assistance Centre established in response to the London terrorist attacks on 7th July 2005.

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