Dealing with Vicarious Trauma - A Workshop with Jacqui Dillon

October 02, 2015 - October 02, 2015

Central Colchester | £95

Friday 2nd October - Dealing with Vicarious Trauma

A Workshop with Jacqui Dillon

We are pleased to say that, after our previous successful workshops, Jacqui Dillon is returning to Colchester to offer another workshop on "Dealing with Vicarious Trauma - Help for the Helper"

Jacqui says:
Vicarious trauma is the process of change that happens because you care about other people who have been hurt, and feel committed or responsible to help them. Over time this process can lead to changes in your psychological, physical, and spiritual well-being.

The workshop will explore:

o Risk factors in developing vicarious trauma

o Signs of vicarious trauma

o Strategies for dealing effectively with the impact of vicarious trauma

o Beyond Vicarious Trauma – vicarious transformation


Jacqui Dillon is a respected speaker, writer and activist, and has lectured and published worldwide on trauma, psychosis, dissociation and recovery. Jacqui is the national Chair of the Hearing Voices Network in England, Honorary Lecturer in Clinical Psychology at the University of East London, Honorary Research Fellow in the School of Medicine, Pharmacy and Health, Durham University and Visiting Research Fellow at The Centre for Community Mental Health, Birmingham City University. Jacqui is the co-editor of Living with Voices, an anthology of 50 voice hearers stories of recovery, Demedicalising Misery: Psychiatry, Psychology and the Human Condition and the 2nd Edition of Models of Madness: Psychological, Social and Biological Approaches to Psychosis. She has published numerous articles and papers, is on the editorial board of the journal Psychosis: Psychological, Social and Integrative Approaches and a foreign correspondent for Mad in America. Jacqui is also a voice hearer. See


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