Details of the next Masterclass will be available soon.
Online via Zoom
Saturday 9th October
11.00 a.m to 12.00pm AGM
12.00 to 1.00pm Lunch & Online Social Rooms
1.00 to 5.00 pm – Robert T.Muller, Phd
Using the relationship to heal trauma: Rupture, repair, and relational work with clients and supervisees
This practical workshop, led by Dr. Robert T. Muller, a leading expert on trauma therapy, and globally acclaimed author of the psychotherapy bestseller: Trauma & the Avoidant Client – is aimed at building our understanding of the therapeutic relationship in trauma treatment and supervision.
As clinicians, we try to maintain a strong therapeutic relationship, but this can be easier said than done. Trauma clients struggle to trust the therapist. This can be mirrored in the supervisory relationship.
Drawing on attachment theory, relational psychodynamic perspectives, and a wealth of clinical experience, Dr. Muller explains how to work with such hard-to-treat clients, how to find points of entry and ways to make contact. The workshop addresses strategies for navigating the ups and downs of the therapeutic relationship, to help trauma clients regain a sense of trust in others. And, we apply this thinking to the supervisory relationship, especially where trauma-related themes appear in the work.