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Unaccompanied Asylum-Seeking, Refugee, and Trafficked Young People

This course gives an overview of the multi-faceted needs and unique challenges of unaccompanied asylum-seeking, trafficked, and refugee young people from a psychological perspective. The presenter has extensive experience of working with unaccompanied young people in the UK, refugee camps in Europe and in Africa. This day provides practitioners with a deeper understanding of both theory and practice.

Saturday 26th of September 2020

9.30-5pm (Registration opens at 9am)

Location:

24-27 White Lion Street, London N1 9PD

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This course is open to anyone interested or working in this area; however some of the content is emotive and potentially triggering; so please be mindful of your own wellbeing before booking on.

 

It gives both an excellent overview into the multi-faceted needs and unique challenges of unaccompanied asylum-seeking, trafficked, and refugee young people from a psychological perspective. This day seems integral given the current international context, global interconnectedness, and global changes, and provides practitioners with a deeper understanding and knowledge of both the theory and practical side of supporting unaccompanied asylum-seeking, refugee, and trafficked young people.

 

The presenter has extensive experience of working with unaccompanied asylum-seeking young people in the UK (within the NHS, Local Authority and Charity sector), in refugee camps in Europe and in Africa; and cross-culturally including in Africa and Asia.

 

Learning outcomes:

 

- Develop further knowledge and understanding about the pre-migration, journey, and post arrival experiences of unaccompanied asylum-seeking, refugee, and trafficked young people.

 

- Gain further insight into the unique challenges and considerations which face unaccompanied asylum-seeking, refugee, and trafficked young people.

 

- Consider the psychological, social, and learning implications of being an unaccompanied asylum-seeking, refugee, and trafficked young person.

 

- Gain further knowledge around wider related issues such as working effectively with interpreters, and the power of language.

 

- To learn a few practical tips and take home strategies for working more effectively with unaccompanied asylum-seeking young people.

 

Dr Karen Treisman is a Highly Specialist Clinical Psychologist who has worked in the NHS and children’s services for several years. Karen has also worked cross-culturally in both Africa and Asia with groups ranging from former child soldiers to survivors of the Rwandan Genocide. Karen has extensive experience in the areas of trauma, parenting, and attachment, and works clinically using a range of therapeutic approaches with families, systems, and children in or on the edge of care, unaccompanied asylum-seeking young people, and adopted children.


In addition to holding a doctorate in Clinical psychology, Karen has undergone a range of specialist trainings including in EMDR, Narrative Therapy, Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy, Sensory Attachment Intervention, and Theraplay.


For publications, achievements and more information about Dr Treisman, please visit   www.safehandsthinkingminds.co.uk

Dr Karen Treisman is a Highly Specialist Clinical Psychologist who has worked in the NHS and children’s services for several years. Karen has also worked cross-culturally in both Africa and Asia with groups ranging from former child soldiers to survivors of the Rwandan Genocide. Karen has extensive experience in the areas of trauma, parenting, and attachment, and works clinically using a range of therapeutic approaches with families, systems, and children in or on the edge of care, unaccompanied asylum-seeking young people, and adopted children.

 

In addition to holding a doctorate in Clinical psychology, Karen has undergone a range of specialist trainings including in EMDR, Narrative Therapy, Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy, Sensory Attachment Intervention, and Theraplay.

For publications, achievements and more information about Dr Treisman, please visit  

www.safehandsthinkingminds.co.uk

 

Dr Karen Treisman is a Highly Specialist Clinical Psychologist who has worked in the NHS and children’s services for several years. Karen has also worked cross-culturally in both Africa and Asia with groups ranging from former child soldiers to survivors of the Rwandan Genocide. Karen has extensive experience in the areas of trauma, parenting, and attachment, and works clinically using a range of therapeutic approaches with families, systems, and children in or on the edge of care, unaccompanied asylum-seeking young people, and adopted children.

 

In addition to holding a doctorate in Clinical psychology, Karen has undergone a range of specialist trainings including in EMDR, Narrative Therapy, Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy, Sensory Attachment Intervention, and Theraplay.

For publications, achievements and more information about Dr Treisman, please visit  

www.safehandsthinkingminds.co.uk

 

Dr Karen Treisman is a Highly Specialist Clinical Psychologist who has worked in the NHS and children’s services for several years. Karen has also worked cross-culturally in both Africa and Asia with groups ranging from former child soldiers to survivors of the Rwandan Genocide. Karen has extensive experience in the areas of trauma, parenting, and attachment, and works clinically using a range of therapeutic approaches with families, systems, and children in or on the edge of care, unaccompanied asylum-seeking young people, and adopted children.

 

In addition to holding a doctorate in Clinical psychology, Karen has undergone a range of specialist trainings including in EMDR, Narrative Therapy, Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy, Sensory Attachment Intervention, and Theraplay.

For publications, achievements and more information about Dr Treisman, please visit  

www.safehandsthinkingminds.co.uk

 

Dr Karen Treisman is a Highly Specialist Clinical Psychologist who has worked in the NHS and children’s services for several years. Karen has also worked cross-culturally in both Africa and Asia with groups ranging from former child soldiers to survivors of the Rwandan Genocide. Karen has extensive experience in the areas of trauma, parenting, and attachment, and works clinically using a range of therapeutic approaches with families, systems, and children in or on the edge of care, unaccompanied asylum-seeking young people, and adopted children.

 

In addition to holding a doctorate in Clinical psychology, Karen has undergone a range of specialist trainings including in EMDR, Narrative Therapy, Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy, Sensory Attachment Intervention, and Theraplay.

For publications, achievements and more information about Dr Treisman, please visit  

www.safehandsthinkingminds.co.uk

 

Additional Information:

 

Non BAAT Member fee: £170

Non BAAT Members:  To book please email info@baat.org  with your booking enquiry. You will also need to create a BAAT booking account by registering here: www.baat.org/Create-Account. This does not incur a fee.

 

Employer funded BAAT Member: £140

 

Full BAAT member self-funded: £105

 

Under-employed BAAT member self-funded: £95


Unemployed BAAT member: £85


Trainee BAAT member self-funded: £85

 

2 reserved reduced places for Unemployed/Trainee BAAT members: £55 – To book please contact info@baat.org

 


Employer Payments & Invoicing:

 If you or your employer would like to be invoiced for your place on this course, please complete this Invoice form  Invoice Details Request - Event Booking.docx  and return it to info@baat.org.

 

Lunch and refreshments included.

Convenors: Dr Karen Treisman

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