Solution Focused Severe Trauma And Stress Recovery Work

Published: Mon 1 Jul 2019 06:46 PM
Solution Focused Severe Trauma And Stress Recovery Work Presented by worldwide renowned psychotherapist, performance coach and author
John Henden.
“ A great workshop which teaches simple-to-learn-and-apply-tools and techniques, for recovery across the whole severe trauma range, applicable to adult survivors of child abuse and neglect, in their journey to full recovery.”
• Youth suicide across NZ is at record levels: the highest stats in the OECD ( 15.6 per 100,000). Often, suicidal thoughts and feelings can result from unresolved or undeclared trauma
• School counsellors and youth workers are urged to attend: if we can help our young people deal effectively with traumatic experiences, not only can the suicide rate be reduced but they can go on to live mentally healthy
“Past courses I have attended in this subject area have pussy-footed around the edges, giving loads of statistics, demographic data and all the symptoms that victims can experience. John Henden cuts to the quick, giving participants easy to use tools & techniques and talks about recovery. Thank you for a most practical and helpful workshop”- Past testimony
Early-bird entry tickets until the 15th of July : $180
Harbour View Lounge, Edgar Centre, Dunedin.
29th to 30th of July 2019
About John Henden : Distinguished UK Psychotherapist which focuses solely on trauma recovery and suicide prevention. John Henden Consultancy ® delivers coaching sessions, psychotherapy, suicide prevention skills, trauma-recovery approaches and a wide variety of techniques to enrich wellbeing and get an edge over barriers and difficulties in life. John Henden is also the author of worldwide best-selling book “Preventing Suicide: the solution focused approach” , renowned for its “well-laid out concepts and helpful for anyone in crisis”
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