ISBN: 9781803882703

CaPLET Training Manual, The

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This training manual, for professionals with some understanding of trauma-informed care, provides guidance on how to run a training course for care staff and clinicians who work with people who are survivors of trauma.

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ISBN: 9781803882703
SKU: 9781803882703

Description

– An Attachment-based Approach to Caring for People with Lived Experience of Trauma

Published by Pavilion Publishing

There is increased interest in trauma-informed care in the UK and worldwide – however, so far there are limited resources for professionals providing training to help health and social care staff (who may have had very little training in attachment theory) to provide care which is trauma-informed at an emotional as well as practical level.

The CaPLET Training Manual will guide facilitators in making the core psychodynamic concepts – which are relevant to providing trauma-informed care – accessible to health and social care staff. In addition, it will enable facilitators to help staff better understand the people they care for in the context of their histories of trauma and develop insight into the ways in which attending to their own emotional and behavioural responses can help them provide better care.

ABOUT THE AUTHORS:

Jo Anderson is a clinical psychologist working in Kent and Medway Partnership NHS Trust. She runs training for carers and works systemically with families & supporters.

Anna Bodicoat is a clinical psychologist working in Kent and Medway Partnership NHS Trust.

Max Pickard is a consultant psychiatrist working in Kent and Medway Partnership NHS Trust. He is interested in psychodynamic aspects of mental health care and he has developed specialist services in this area.

Emma Rye is a consultant clinical psychologist and clinical lead for psychology in a mental health learning disability service in Kent and Medway Partnership NHS Trust. Emma has specialised in working with people who have experienced abuse, or other trauma, in childhood and/or adulthood.

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100 Pages

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2023

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