DISCOUNTS FOR ORGANISATIONS

Are you a team of mental health professionals looking for high-quality and accessible CPD and resources at a budget that works for you?

We currently have 8 online courses and 4 webinars, for which individual licences cost £35 and £25 respectively. However, for groups of 4 or more professionals, we are able to offer generous discounts. We also have printed resources (such as books and mantra cards) which we can supply in bulk at significant discounts – often at cost.

We don’t have a set pricing structure – we’re interested in getting to know how we can support you as an organisation to support your clients. Our mission is ‘reversing adversity’ – we recognise that you are on the frontline of client work, and we want to support you as much as we possibly can.

Please get in touch with us to talk through volume discounts and access to free resources so that we can support you to support others.

Even if it’s just so that we can supply you with free downloadable resources – let us help you.

Available Courses

When encountering someone who is suicidal, we may have just one chance to get it right, and none of us wants to get it wrong. This course will look at issues around self-harm and suicidality, specifically behaviours resulting from states of extreme distress linked to trauma.

We all know about shame, we all know what it feels like, but what actually is it? What purpose does it serve? How does it manifest in, and how is it affected by, our neurobiology? Most importantly, how can we work with it to alleviate it?

Do you work with survivors of trauma? Do you want to find every possible way to help them recover? This online course looks at how we can reduce the symptoms of trauma through relatively simple lifestyle interventions validade by cutting-edge research.

A training course for people who work with people who have been hurt by people. A course about our intrinsic value as human beings, and how our experiences of relationships shape us—for ill or for good.

Join Carolyn on this hard-hitting but ultimately hopeful course, which is approached from both the personal perspective of a survivor of childhood abuse and the professional experience gained from 15 years fostering traumatised children. Includes sensitive topics not often covered elsewhere.

Trauma doesn’t just affect the mind and the emotions. It profoundly affects the brain and the body too. Often ‘the body remembers’ what the mind cannot. Explore the mind-body connection and how trauma manifests physically as well as psychologically with this fascinating course.

When faced with overwhelming trauma, dissociation can be the only logical thing our brains can do to help us to survive. Join Carolyn as she explores a range of issues fundamental to understanding this phenomenon and how it presents in trauma survivors’ lives.

How do you work with dissociative clients, particularly those with DID? How do you relate to ‘parts of the personality’? What is the treatment roadmap? What are the principles and pitfalls of this work? Gain knowledge and confidence with this unique and valuable course.

Join Carolyn as she explains the trauma dynamics inherent in the current coronavirus crisis, how we can apply principles of trauma recovery to navigate it, and continue to help support survivors of trauma safely even in these unprecedented times.

This webinar looks at the neurobiological underpinnings of stuckness and how we can help survivors of trauma be empowered to move safely beyond suffering.

How do we help survivors of trauma deal with and even resolve triggers and flashbacks? Join Carolyn as she looks at the nature and purpose of flashbacks and how to deal with triggers.

Join Carolyn as she looks at how to process and metabolise traumatic memory safely and effectively, and how to resolve the ‘corruption of memory’ that being traumatised represents.

How do you work with dissociative clients, particularly those with DID? How do you relate to ‘parts of the personality’? What is the treatment roadmap? What are the principles and pitfalls of this work? Gain knowledge and confidence with this unique and valuable course.

We all know about shame, we all know what it feels like, but what actually is it? What purpose does it serve? How does it manifest in, and how is it affected by, our neurobiology? Most importantly, how can we work with it to alleviate it?

Do you work with survivors of trauma? Do you want to find every possible way to help them recover? This online course looks at how we can reduce the symptoms of trauma through relatively simple lifestyle interventions validade by cutting-edge research.

A training course for people who work with people who have been hurt by people. A course about our intrinsic value as human beings, and how our experiences of relationships shape us—for ill or for good.

When encountering someone who is suicidal, we may have just one chance to get it right, and none of us wants to get it wrong. This course will look at issues around self-harm and suicidality, specifically behaviours resulting from states of extreme distress linked to trauma.

Join Carolyn on this hard-hitting but ultimately hopeful course, which is approached from both the personal perspective of a survivor of childhood abuse and the professional experience gained from 15 years fostering traumatised children. Includes sensitive topics not often covered elsewhere.

Trauma doesn’t just affect the mind and the emotions. It profoundly affects the brain and the body too. Often ‘the body remembers’ what the mind cannot. Explore the mind-body connection and how trauma manifests physically as well as psychologically with this fascinating course.

When faced with overwhelming trauma, dissociation can be the only logical thing our brains can do to help us to survive. Join Carolyn as she explores a range of issues fundamental to understanding this phenomenon and how it presents in trauma survivors’ lives.

Join Carolyn as she explains the trauma dynamics inherent in the current coronavirus crisis, how we can apply principles of trauma recovery to navigate it, and continue to help support survivors of trauma safely even in these unprecedented times.

This webinar looks at the neurobiological underpinnings of stuckness and how we can help survivors of trauma be empowered to move safely beyond suffering.

How do we help survivors of trauma deal with and even resolve triggers and flashbacks? Join Carolyn as she looks at the nature and purpose of flashbacks and how to deal with triggers.

Join Carolyn as she looks at how to process and metabolise traumatic memory safely and effectively, and how to resolve the ‘corruption of memory’ that being traumatised represents.

FAQ

Can you invoice us?

Yes, an invoice is provided once we have agreed upon your training package. Once this has been settled, we will arrange access to your training. Click here to begin your enquiry.

How long does the team have to complete the training?

Once purchased, there is no time limit for completion.

How do we view the training?

All of the training is viewed via our website.

How does the team access the training?

Once the invoice has been paid, we will issue you with a coupon code. Users then add the course/s they require to their basket via our shop and apply the coupon code.

Do you provide a CPD certificate?

Yes, all of our training comes with a CPD certificate that can be downloaded once the course is complete.

Can we watch the training as a group?

Yes, the video content can either be streamed from our website or downloaded through Vimeo. We still recommend that each user register for the training in order to obtain their CPD certificate and revisit the lessons as required.

What if I have a question that isn't answered here?

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