Understanding Factors Impacting Wellbeing in Asylum Seekers and Refugees
Monday 4th March 2024 10am – 12.45pm at Manor House, Manor Street, Leeds, LS7 1PZ
This training is for anyone working in Leeds, West Yorkshire in the field of mental health who would like to understand more about refugees and asylum seekers and specifically how to support them better.
You can register here
Registration is essential as places are limited
What you will learn:
- To understand how to communicate about emotional and mental well-being
- To understand how trauma symptoms may present in people
- To learn techniques to work with traumatised people
Presented by Anthea Kilminster
Anthea a psychotherapist specialising in psychoanalytically informed relational-dynamic psychotherapy that takes account of culture and the impacts of trauma.
***Please note this course is funded by Leeds NHS for the benefit of people living in Leeds – Your organisation must be based in Leeds to register a place.***