Living With Trauma: Developing Coping Strategies—Alternative Methodology
January 19, 2015 | Nick Taylor
Survivors for Peace is back for the New Year with our next event scheduled Saturday 24 January 2015.
Living With Trauma: Developing Coping Strategies—Alternative Methodology is a new course.
This event is a development from our ‘Families Living with Trauma’ days and will consider the various ways that trauma affects people and how to develop coping strategies when attempting to deal with difficult emotions.
This will be a chance for people to learn more about the impact of traumatic events on individuals and families and how trauma affects people in the months and sometimes years following traumatic incidents.
Those coming along will have an opportunity to hear from others, who may be going through similar experiences, and how they cope with the impact of trauma on their lives and on the lives of their families and friends, on a daily basis.
There will also be a chance to talk informally together (if you wish) to gain support from each other and consider different strategies for dealing with trauma.
There will also be the opportunity to learn about, and experience, alternative methods of dealing with the legacy of trauma.
Lunch and refreshments will be provided and small travel bursaries are available in some cases.
If you’re interested in taking part, contact one of the team using the details shown below by 14th January 2014.
PLEASE NOTE – book early as our 2014 courses and events were oversubscribed
Telephone: 01925 581207
(c) 2015 Living with Trauma: Coping Strategies – Alternative Methodology is a module of Survivors for Peace, a project of the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace. Co-funded by the Cabinet Office – Office for Civil Society.
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