Practical Safeguarding for All Therapists
Protecting Your Clients and Yourself
Did you know that each year, nearly 2 million people in the UK suffer some form of abuse?
As a therapist, it is highly likely that some of these people will come through your door.
You may notice signs of abuse in your clients or they may confide in you.
Would you be able to recognise a safeguarding issue?
Would you know when and how to take action about it?
Safeguarding is everyone's responsibility.You could be the one person that makes a difference in a child or vulnerable adult's life.
Bowen College UK has created a 3.5 hour interactive online workshop.
Delivered by Retired Police Detective Suzanne Holder of Devon and Cornwall Police, and Jihan Adem, Founder of Bowen College UK
This course will enable you to:
Understand what safeguarding means and why it is so important
Understand the definition of a child, vulnerable adult or adult at risk
Recognise the various types and indicators of abuse and neglect
Understand your responsibilities
Know what to do if you have concerns or someone discloses abuse
Know how to report concerns
Understand the importance of keeping accurate records
Learn how to take appropriate notes
Recognise the impact of these issues on your own wellbeing
Know when to seek advice or support
The presentation will be accompanied by detailed course notes with an index of resources.
Bowen College UK is always striving to raise the standards Bowen Therapy Education in the UK and is the only organisation to offer this type of training, specifically for therapists.
We also believe it is essential for all therapists who work with children or vulnerable adults to obtain a DBS check or equivalent.
This course will show you how to do this.
This course is open to all Bowen Practitioners and is equally applicable to physical therapists of all modalities.
On completion of the course and receipt of your DBS check, you will receive a Bowen College UK seal of approval for your practice.
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