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Free Assessing Risk Lecture 

Assess Risk - How and when to break confidentiality  - Protect Your Clients & Yourself

How and when to break confidentiality can be confusing. That's why we created this free assessing and managing risk lecture.  In this free-to-attend lecture, Sally-Anne Armitage will help you to define and understand risk in the therapy room.  Focusing on how risk presents, assessing it, and exploring the next steps if you have concerns.

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Counselling Tutor Sally Anne Armitage will help you to

Define risk, and explore how it can present in the counselling room.

Consider how to assess risk from a holistic point of view.

Explore what the next steps are when you have a concern, and when to break confidentiality.

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Your Counselling Tutor - Sally Anne Armitage

Sally-Anne Armatige

Wanting to make a difference to your clients, but sometimes thrown by talk of suicide, medication and other risk factors.  Feeling overwhelmed and unsure of what to do and how to handle it.

We know from helping and supporting many counsellors that if you have an understanding of assessing risk, it increases your awareness and confidence, which protects you and your clients.

Let Sally Anne help you to understand and manage risk in the counselling room.

Sally-Anne is a BACP-accredited counsellor, qualified lecturer and supervisor. She currently works with police and private clients.  She is a passionate therapist, spending much of her free time immersed in rich counselling discussions and research.

Sally has completed a Master’s Degree, which cemented her specialism in trauma and PTSD.

She has past experience working for EAPs, in colleges and with offenders.

Sally thrives on interaction, including working remotely in her practice, achieving a certificate in online working.