Seeking Safety (SS) is a coping skills approach to help people attain safety from trauma and/or addiction. It is present-focused and designed to be safe, optimistic, and engaging. It can be conducted in group or individual format; open or closed groups; with any gender; adults and adolescents; any length of time available (using all 25 topics or fewer); any treatment setting (e.g., outpatient, inpatient, residential); and any type of trauma and/or addiction. It can be used from the start of treatment as it is stabilisation-oriented. It can be used with clients who have trauma and/or addiction problems (they do not have to have both)
Orla Walsh deliver the program along side peer worker Janelle Mcentegart to find out more information please click below.