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INTERACTIVE WEBINAR: Skills for Working With Shame in Young People
July 8 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Young People experience shame as a threat of being unlovable
Shame is perhaps the most painful of all emotions. It is at the root of both the inner critic and perfectionism. It binds with and hides behind many other emotions, like anger and fear. It is often hard to detect. Many young people go to great lengths to avoid acknowledging or even feeling shame—and this gets in the way of them making progress. Research shows that young people who are shame-prone are more likely to engage in risky behaviours (substance misuse and school failure), compared to other young people.
In this 3-hour interactive workshop, designed for helping professionals, parents & carers, you will become aware of shame as both a primary emotion and a freeze state. You will explore the reasons why shame cannot be worked with in the same way as the other primary emotions and learn specific techniques to work with shame in young people.
In this workshop, we will offer tools you can use to help young people talk about, explore and heal the shame that can arise at any stage in the life.
Be part of the solution
With a perfect blend of theory and practical skills that you can use with young people.
This training consists of real-time sessions & techniques, discussion groups and opportunities to practice and network with each other.
COMPLETING THIS TRAINING WILL HELP YOU:
- Explore how to observe shame and recognise themes.
- Connect the faces of shame in young people using a theological psychological perspective.
- Learn how to build a young person’s internal and external resources.
- Explore the connection between working with shame & working with trauma.
- Learn practical strategies and techniques to support shame-prone young people.
A must for any helping professional, teacher, youth worker, parent or carer
Practitioners working with young people in groups or 1-1 settings, e.g. school staff, youth workers, residential care workers:
• Learning Mentor
• Pastoral Lead
• Teaching Assistant
• Family support Worker
• Assistant Head
• Social Worker
• Support Worker
• Youth Worker
• Parents & Carers
This training can be linked to your continued professional development CPD and is a great way to network with other professionals
YOUR SPEAKER - CHARLOTTE GORDON
Charlotte has spent over 25 years working with young people of all ages specifically working in substance misuse & sexual health. She is also a life-coach, focusing on specialist techniques such as, motivational interviewing, cognitive-behavioural therapy and NLP. This had led her to develop a unique process for helping individuals and groups to elicit change.
Charlotte’s professional career and personal history as a vulnerable young person has allowed her to develop a unique training style that is informal and effective. She currently delivers training nationwide to various professionals, including substance misuse workers, teachers, social workers, mental health workers, youth workers and youth offending teams, and all professionals working with young people.