Emotional Wellbeing Course
Our next EWB course takes place in Cheltenham over the weekend of 22 and 23 July 2017.
This Course provides an understanding of how our emotions impact on our daily lives and relationships.
It gives practical support to help us to develop self – confidence, understand our needs and improve the quality of our relationships.
This understanding enables us better to manage our lives effectively.
To Book or for more information, please email Jenny Procter, Training Co-ordinator. firstname.lastname@example.org
Our AGM and Annual Conference takes place on Sunday 26th March 2017 at the Hilton Puckrup Hotel, Tewkesbury. Presenting at this event will be First Person Plural. The day will carry 6 hours CPD. For further details contact email@example.com
First Person Plural (FPP) specialises in working for and on behalf of all those affected by Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) and similar complex trauma-related dissociative identity conditions. These similar conditions include type 1 Dissociative Disorder Not Otherwise Specified (DDNOS), and a type of Other Specified Dissociative Disorder (OSDD) which is described as DID-like. DID itself is sometimes referred to by the older and less accurate term of Multiple Personalities.
Established in 1997, FPP remains the only national membership charity which focuses exclusively on these frequently unrecognised and misunderstood conditions. The complex dissociative identity conditions are common in those who have experienced protracted repeated trauma, of a severe or extreme nature, that started in early childhood. The associated trauma is usually childhood abuse, (sexual, physical, emotional, spiritual) and/or neglect, but may be other childhood trauma, e.g. recurrent invasive medical procedures; prolonged or repeated illness of a parent or other primary caregiver.
Our Foundation Day took place on Sunday 6th November this year. Presenters gave us an introduction to NLP and to the Rosen Method. A really interesting and informative day.