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ILPA: Vicarious Trauma & Self-Care (Manchester)

DT 1866 Vicarious Trauma & Self-Care (Manchester)

Wednesday 20 Nov 2019, 09.30, Manchester
Tutors: Rachel Francis, Barrister practising in immigration and family law and co-founder of Claiming Space and Audur Gudmundsdottir, Psychological Therapist, Freedom from Torture

This course is designed for immigration law practitioners working directly with asylum seekers, refugees, survivors of torture who have suffered serious trauma.

Aim of the course:

• To provide immigration legal practitioner's with the knowledge and suggestions to better manage the impact of working with severely traumatised clients including survivors of torture.

• To give Immigration law practitioners an insight into self-care and vicarious traumatisation

• To support Immigration law practitioners to feel more confident in identifying, and acting on indicators of this type of traumatisation

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Immigration Law Practitioners' Association (ILPA)
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