In 2023, we are starting a new series of webinars aimed at providing information to support Complex PTSD recovery. The one-hour sessions are open to anyone with an interest in learning about the psychology of trauma, holistic complementary modalities and therapies for treating Complex PTSD.
These sessions are for educational purposes only and not intended to diagnose or cure. For further information email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Description: This webinar is aimed at helping us map where we are now in our CPTSD recovery and set some intentions and measurable goals.
Led by mental health professionals and holistic practitioners, this session is intended to help us mobilise our imagination for what could be and focus on solutions.
Our panel will share their knowledge to help you start the New Year with a renewed sense of purpose and direction.
Suitable for: Adults diagnosed or identifying with Complex PTSD and seeking ideas and inspiration for moving ahead with their recovery. Anyone who is interested in listening to our speakers is welcome to join.
The webinar is aimed at anyone suffering from mild to moderate CPTSD. It is not intended to diagnose or heal Complex PTSD.
Date: Thursday January 19th 2023
Starts: 6pm to 7pm (GMT)
Anna Bragga: Introduction, Complex PTSD vs PTSD - what's the difference?
Emma Jaynes: Where are you now in your recovery? Goal setting.
Melanie Tomsett: Setting intentions, practical solutions for common CPTSD problems, working with the energies of winter.
Joey Haywood: Exploring options from a holistic perspective. How hypnotherapy and breathwork can help me with my phobias, anxiety and depression.
Questions from the audience will be received through the chatbox or submitted in advance by email to email@example.com. We’ll try and answer as many as we can. The session will not be recorded.
Anna Bragga, BA Hons (Business Administration and Marketing Management), PG Cert (Journalism Studies), is the founder and Chair of Recovery Code X. Since 2018, she has been attending and facilitating peer support groups, constantly looking for new ways to improve the therapeutic benefits for participants. She completed the East London NHS Foundation Trust’s Bedfordshire and Luton Recovery College Peer Tutor course in 2021 and facilitated De-Mystifying Complex PTSD workshops.
She is the Project Manager of Recovery Code X’s Survivors Hub, a peer support group offering a holistic approach to adults who endured childhood trauma and domestic violence. She is able to draw on her own lived experience and recovery, psychodynamic counselling skills and theory, Deep Memory Process (regression therapy), and ongoing training in Core Shamanism. Anna previously had a career in marketing and journalism, and set up Conscience Media to provide PR to small and medium-sized businesses and not-for-profits. She’s a video film maker and author of the novella, ‘Fractured: Memories of a Survivor (Volume I)’.
Emma Jaynes BSc Hons (Psychology) has worked for over 12 years with people who have experienced trauma, life stress and addictions. Her qualifications in peer coaching and psychodynamic counselling led to roles within the NHS and various mental health charities. She currently provides training and consultancy with ImRoC, an organisation that prepares peers for working in the NHS and prepares NHS teams for working with peers.
Emma set up The Adept Living Foundation CIC (ALFCIC), a peer-led charitable organisation supporting individuals with emotional health challenges and providing services and training for public and voluntary sector organisations.
She has been a speaker at large events and attended public health forums and meetings, including the Mental Health Partnership board, for a number of years. Emma takes a keen interest in local initiatives.
Melanie Tomsett BSc Hons (Homeopathy) is an experienced shamanic practitioner, teacher, counsellor and homeopath. Her shamanic education began in 1991 under the guidance of the late Kenneth Meadows, author, teacher and a key facilitator of the reintroduction of Shamanism to the UK. Melanie founded her private practice, Shamanic Quest, ten years ago. She runs courses and workshops.
Melanie realised she had Complex PTSD while undertaking her own journey to heal her life. Her experiences and learning deeply inform and underpin her work to help others regain their personal power, strength and resilience.
People are deeply touched by Melanie's warmth and kindness. They feel they can talk honestly and openly about important topics in her groups and courses. They leave feeling like they have been held and made good connections.
Joey Haywood BSc Hons (Health and Social Care), Dip. Hypnotherapy, is a certified hypnotherapist. She trained at the Jacquin Hypnotherapy Academy and set up her private practice, Allagi Unlimited, four years ago after seeing the transformative effects on clients with Complex PTSD. She uses hypnotherapy and breathwork to relieve emotional trauma and overcome unhealthy coping mechanisms such as addictions and over eating, low self-esteem and anxiety.
Prior to this, Joey worked for a Sure Start centre facilitating parenting workshops for families with diverse needs. Joey is committed to continued learning to provide tailored services to help people with varying and complex needs.
Joey is known for her compassionate, supportive approach to holistic healing and prides herself in creating a safe, reassuring environment to encourage transformative change for anyone looking for help in moving forward.
To register for this event, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and include your full name.
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