Hidden Shame

Shame is often overlooked in the therapeutic process both within clients and therapists alike, and is frequently present in most presentations from trauma, complex abuse, addictions, compulsions, mood disorders and sexual behaviour.

Presented by Kevin Fehin, Senior Clinical Psychologist and Psychotherapist. Among other qualifications he holds a Masters in Psychoanalytic Studies.

This programme is open to individuals and can also be delivered as in-house training to groups of employees.

Suitable for: Psychologists, Counsellors, Psychotherapists, Nurse Practitioners, Youth Workers, Social Care Workers

Members of The Addiction Counsellors of Ireland can receive learning credits/CPD points for completing this workshop, with other accreditation pending.

Programme Duration

One day.

Programme Aims

To give participants a more in-depth understanding and overview of Shame and how to determine its effects.

Programme Content

The workshop will use both an analyticial and skills based guide to help therapists from all orientations to identify what elicits, evokes and triggers shame and how a shame focused intervention is formulated and structured. 

Learning Outcomes

To equip attendees with the tools to enable them to develop, build and expand their existing knowledge in relation to Shame. 

Connect with Your Trainer

The Learning Curve Institute will distribute a unique pre-course questionnaire to each participant in order to ensure the training meets the needs of everyone in the room and is tailored to the appropriate level while also covering specific situations or scenarios as highlighted by the group.

The Learning Curve Institute also offers a bespoke post course support system whereby students are provided with the contact details of the lecturer and are free to contact him/her with any questions they may have.

Programme Certification

All attendees will receive a Certificate of Completion in "Hidden Shame" from The Learning Curve Institute.

People like what we do

"Kevin is an exceptional trainer.  The delivery was well paced with excellent content and humour".

Joyce Williams, March 2019