1 Day Workshop
Date: November 6, 2020
Start: 9.30 a.m.
Finish: 4.30 p.m.
Recently there has been a rise of interest in bringing Compassion focused practices to the workplace in order to improve team functioning and wellbeing. The concept of compassionate leadership brings leadership into every grade and domain in the workplace so that regardless of grade or seniority compassionate leadership is everyone’s business. Over the last three years, Berkshire Healthcare NHS Trust has developed and rolled out a compassionate leadership programme and has trained over 1300 of its staff. The programme will be presented alongside the evaluation.
Then, by using the underlying theoretical principles of Compassionate Mind Training as a framework to explore self- compassion and team compassion. The workshop explores ways to identify inhibitors and facilitators to compassionate practice in the workplace, so that threat focused team functioning and bring about commitments to more compassion team cohesion.
Dr Deborah Lee, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Berkshire Traumatic Stress Service & South Central Complex Treatment Service for Veterans.
Honorary Senior Lecturer, Department of Clinical Psychology, University College London
Dr Deborah Lee is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Head of Berkshire Traumatic Stress Service and South Central Complex Treatment Service for Veterans. She is also an honorary Senior Lecturer at University College London. She is author of the Compassionate-Mind Guide to Recovering from Trauma and PTSD: Using Compassion-Focused Therapy to Overcome Flashbacks, Shame, Guilt, and Fear (2013). New Harbinger, New York.
Dr Lee has worked in the field of trauma for 25 years and specialises in the treatment of Complex PTSD. Her particular area of clinical and research interest is in shame- based PTSD and self-criticism. She has pioneered the use of developing compassionate resilience as part of a phased based treatment approach to complex PTSD. She has widely contributed to the dissemination of her clinical knowledge through writing and delivering over 150 clinical workshops and talks in North America, Europe Japan and Australia.
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