This course is an online course which forms the basis of Trauma Debriefing. It includes the online portal, assessments & assignments and learning material, 4 practice sessions a month as well as access to a Global Network in order to gain supervision hours. The focus of this training is to embed the skills required and also to allow practicing of these skills in safe environments.
Internationally accredited by the International Association of Therapists and successful graduates of this course can register as Trauma Debriefing facilitators and practice privately or alongside organisations.
This course is a 7 week course which delves into the area of Trauma Debriefing for groups and families. We also explore the differences in debriefing on site, at a school, in a corporate or in private practice. This course focuses on implementation of the basic skills in various contexts and scenarios and utilises case studies and role play. Topics covered: Suicide, Human Trafficking, Sex Crimes, First responders, Children, Families in DistressInternationally Accredited and successful graduates of this course can register with the International Association of Therapists and practice privately or within organisations. Free practice & supervision hours apply along with support.
This course is a 10 week course which delves into creating pods of care within the community. We explore generational trauma, historical trauma and the process of aligning with organisations and corporations in order to enable communities. This course focuses on building care pods that work in your community and does involve a research project & implementation plan. Internationally Accredited and successful graduates can register as a Trauma Debriefing Specialist with the International Association of Therapists and practice privately or within organisations. Free practice sessions, supervision hours and multiple support structures apply.
Internationally Accredited End of Life Companion Doula course. This course is recognised by NEDA and the IAOTH and runs over 10 weeks with a combination of live, Zoom trainings and online classrooms. TWS EOLCDs can register with TWS and the IAOTH and practice locally or internationally in private practice and alongside medical teams and holistic practitioners. An End of Life Companion Doula offers non medical support to individuals and families as they work through fatal diagnosis, the process of understanding death in a personal context and facing the dying process. We discover the underlying theory whilst engaging practically, we explore the cultural understanding and rituals and rites of dying and we learn how to support the living through advance care planning. This course covers ethical considerations, practical, emotional, mental and spirituals impact of death and dying, and legacy work. This course includes free practice sessions as ongoing support along with on demand video replay and an international network of TWS students
Internationally Accredited End of Life Bereavement Facilitator Course. This course is recognised by the IAOTH and runs over 10 weeks with a combination of live, Zoom training and online classrooms. TWS EOLBFs can register with the IAOTH and practice privately or alongside other professionals in this space. End of Life Bereavement Facilitators offer non medical, non diagnostic support to families after loss of a loved one in order to deal with the emotional and spiritual elements of grief and the emotions that come with it. EOLBFs help define new rituals and rites around the aftermath of loss and introduce the concept of re building the new version of self after a loss or near loss. The EOLBF also assists families through the process of living with a loved one with terminal illness to focus on the living, not the dying and are especially active in large families, or those who have additional considerations such as family disputes, disagreements over care, families all over the world, etc. EOLBFs work alongside allied practitioners and other EOL practitioners and fill the gaps that the family has.
Internationally Accredited Celebrant course. This course is recognised by the IOATH and successful graduates can register with the IAOTH and practice privately or within funeral homes, medical teams and related. This celebrant course runs over 8 weeks and is a combination of Zoom, Live training sessions and online classrooms along with group immersion. We explore the cultural burial rites of the main cultures around the world as well as the differences within each with regard to age of the deceased (adult, child, perinatal). We discover the celebrants role in the funeral process from client onboarding to creating speaker plans and hosting virtually. We look at coming of age ceremonies around the world as well as naming ceremonies for the born and unborn. Highly interactive and focused on ensuring theoretical knowledge and ethically sound practice in your area of operation. Collaborative exercises and case studies make this course a unique and exciting on in the EOL landscape. Meet a funeral director and others working in this space and we learn about the role and how to fill the gaps that exist.
This 16 week course explores the role of a coach in the realm of trauma support, end of life and end of our lives as we know it events. The course has 2 main elements, the counselling framework as aligned to international standard and the holistic and mental health element which positions the role within the context of specific scenarios eg. coaching after cancer recovery, coaching after miscarriage, coaching after suicide attempt. The coach will be part of a multi disciplinary team of professionals and the training allows access to the Multi Disciplinary Team so that the knowledge is positioned by practice and experience. The course is a journey and is recognised by the IOATH so coaches can register and practice locally and internationally.
This 2 week programme explores how to structure support groups that enable and operate at different levels as per the audience it supports. All SGFs must be supporting events they have experiences as support groups are safe places to share, not therapy groups. We explore the power of narratives and the support culture across cultures. We also cover ethics, consent, confidentiality, dealing with high trauma situations, balancing the group, use of technology to create virtual spaces of sharing and so much more.
The SGF will be eligible to register with the IAOTH and to join the Carlisle Support Network with a platform available for Global Support Groups.
This week long immersion with 2 contact sessions has been created to enable individuals to understand and form change resiliency on an emotional, mental and spiritual level. The Personal Change Facilitator is an internationally accredited practitioner that works with people from all walks of life utilising traditional and holistic interventions to reinforce the normalcy of change.
This course is highly recommended for those who currently work in the area of supporting individuals eg. practitioners, educators, managers and HR professionals.
The PCF will be able to register with the IAOTH and can work in private practice or corporate.