About this training
Paul Parsons will present a contemporary model of understanding grief reactions. The Dual Process Model (DPM) by Stroebe and Schut, originated in the late 90’s with significant adaptions during the last few years. The DPM was originally developed to understand coping with the death of a partner. Its application to other loss experiences have yet to be fully researched, however Paul will explore the relevance of the model through his 12 years’ experience of working with clients that have experienced traumatic events. DPM is currently used around the world to compliment traditional forms of more linear approaches to grief theory.
Paul has been employed as the Adult Bereavement Service Coordinator since 2012. He has gained specialised knowledge in clinically assessing and supporting the needs of parents and children. Paul is actively involved in facilitating group work, and is an accomplished trainer and supervisor at the Hospice and in private practice. Paul has recently gained a Level 7 Diploma in Trauma and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). He has over 20 years of management skills to back up his counselling training, and is a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy.
The Centre Mind, Body, Spirit,
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