ALL workshops and talks are held at The University of Reading, Whiteknights Campus, The Cedars, Building 55. Please see the Map and Location tab for directions and a map of the campus.
Doors open from 7.30pm for registration. Talk starts promptly at 8pm. Free to members or £10 on admission for non RTG members.
We regret to say that unfortunately we are unable to provide refreshments at our evening event at this point as we don't have a volunteer willing to take this commitment on. It is also becoming difficult to continue serving refreshments due to some changes in the RTG contract with the university. If someone would like to step in and be responsible for the refreshments, please let us know.
For the 2019 application pack please Click Here.
Summaries of RTG's past presentations can be found by following this link.
Presented by Lisa Nel and Mark A Stancombe
Synopsis:‘Vicarious Traumatisation (VT) is a transformation in the self of a trauma worker or helper that results from empathic engagement with traumatised clients and their reports of traumatic experiences‘
Biographies: Lisa Nel BA(Comb) Hons, PGCE, A.Dip. Int. Couns., Dip. Couns. Children & Adolescents, MBACP (Accred) Lisa has 31 years' experience in teaching, counselling and training. She is founder of I’m OK, You’re OK Counselling and Training, which provides counselling and well-being support for children, young people and families as well as CPD training and supervision for education staff and counsellors. She is motivated by a great enthusiasm for continuing to learn and share what works. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Mobile: 07810 441 896 Website: www.imokyoureok.co.uk
Free to members; £10 on the door for non-members.
RTG talks are approved for Royal College of Psychiatrists CPD: 1.5 external units per session. Sessions may also be used as proof of Continuous Professional Development (CPD) as part of re-accreditations. Certificates and records of attendance are available at each meeting.
Disclaimer: All details are subject to change without notice and RTG cannot be held responsible for any financial losses incurred as a result.
RTG respectfully ask that all mobile phones are turned off during meetings