PSHYCO EDUCATIONAL WORKSHOPS FOR WORKING WITH PTSD
To train and develop those who come into contact with children and adults who have suffered sexual abuse to deal appropriately with disclosure. To recognise when a client/patient is displaying signs and symptom's of PTSD. Know how to appropriately sign post them to help they need.
October 2011 - March 2012
Charity information: One in Four
Many individuals tell us that they are often re traumatised by the way in which they are seen and dealt with by those who do not understand trauma. This projects aims to minimise that experience.
In giving insight and strategies to those who come into contact through their work so that they can understand what the cause and affect of PTSD is to enable appropriate help and signpost the traumatised person to a service which can help them.
Provide learning to those who come into contact with individuals who may be suffering from PTSD
Activities» Provide workshops for professionals to address this gap that has been identified to us.
What success will look like
Success will be...the number of referrals to us and the personal statement of users that their experience was a positive and helpful one.
That those misdiagnosed will go on to lead normal fulfilling lifestyles and not become dependent on anti depressants.
Statistical data on referrals and outcomes. Core 10 measurements.
That health-care professionals will not want to pay for training. By asking for funding that will subsidise the fee payable.
Skills fade when trained. We have a publication called the warrior Within which details PTSD and how to work with it.
Quarterly reports. Invite to on site visits as an observer to the training.
QuesIonaires to delegates.
By any means asked for by donor
Budget - Project Cost: £10,000Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £2,500 PTSD workshop 1 15 delegates £2,500 PTSD workshop 2 15 delegates £2,500 PTSD workshop 3 15 delegates £2,500 PTSD workshop 4 15 delegates
HIRED CENTRAL LONDON VENUE WITH CONFERENCE TRAINING FACILITIES
Anyone working in a health care profession. GP's Nurses counsellors
voluntary organisations drug and alcohol workers. prison officers. Service personnel
Ultimately the individual who is suffering from PTSD
We have the expertise and specialist knowledge and already work in this field.
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Manages the advertising and finince of project
Clinical coordinator manages the applications from health care professionals who apply for training