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MEETING THE SUICIDAL CLIENT CPD 2-day workshop – Facilitators: Athol Henwick, Chris Maskens, and Gitti Maas
The Hoban Hotel Kilkenny R95 XV2D
07-10-2022 , 08-10-2022   10am - 4:30pm
12 CPD hours
External Event, IACP CPD Approved.

2-day workshop – 12 CPD points

Facilitators: Athol Henwick, Chris Maskens, and Gitti Maas
Dates: 07.10 – 08.10.2022, 10:00am – 4:30pm
Cost: €220 - (incl. teas and coffees)
Venue: The Hoban Hotel Kilkenny R95 XV2D


Further info: 

Training Content: 
How do you respond when a client says they want to kill themselves?
What happens within you as a person and as a practitioner? What
do you believe are the key issues around suicide prevention and
If these questions trigger your curiosity and you want to learn about
innovative, creative interventions beyond the standard approaches,
this open-source-hybrid-workshop will inspire not only how you
respond to suicide, but also provide a springboard for creative
work across many issues that commonly come to the practitioner’s
consulting room.
This workshop is interactive and experiential, but also contains
some didactic teaching elements. Its underpinning methodology
is inspired by Contextual Conceptual Therapy, Emotion Focused
Therapy, Forming, Internal Family Systems, Sensorimotor
Psychotherapy, Deep Brain Reorienting, Gestalt Psychotherapy,
Polyvagal Theory and the neurobiology of trauma - helping
the counsellor “meet” the suicidal client in the place of deep
psychological pain in which they exist.

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