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Safeguarding and TA:
Beyond Escape Hatches

Explore how to tackle safeguarding within our work as therapists. We will be looking at TA theories as well as best practice in other modalities' approaches.

Sculpture of person kept safe under a protective structure

30 April 2024     6.00pm - 8.00pm    Online

Course Information

Course content

Beginning the workshop with considering safeguarding as a concept, we will then move on to explore some of the key writings on TA safeguarding.


Following from this we will explore how other modalities tackle such an important area, before touching on social care safeguarding teams.


We will then return to TA and explore what we can learn and implement from others' approaches and consider how these strategies can be utilised within the TA community.

This workshop will consider some of the key TA theories around managing safeguarding within our work as psychotherapists, and looking at the robustness of techniques.

Learning Outcomes

The key outcomes from the workshop are:

  • A deeper understanding of safeguarding and its importance

  • Deeper understanding of our role as practioners and how to best protect our clients

  • An update on safeguarding best practice

Who is this workshop for?

This workshop is for psychotherapy students as well as qualified practitioners.

Fee: £10 

About the trainer

Ben Groves – CTA(P), MSW, UKATAdip, CTF, PEP2, BA(hons). UKCP and SWE registered.

Ben is a psychotherapist based in York, previously a social worker for over 10 years, Ben started his private practice ‘Flux Therapy’ in 2019. In addition to offering psychotherapy and training, Ben also offers supervision and consultancy. Ben has a deep passion for working with and helping people in the most effective ways he can.

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