Zoe Lodrick: Working with Psychological Trauma
Zoe is a UKCP Registered Psychotherapist and an experienced Trainer and Consultant. She has over 20 years experience of providing counselling and psychotherapy to women and men who have experienced rape, sexual assault and/or childhood sexual abuse and exploitation; and delivering training and consultation to professionals who work with victims/survivors of sexualised traumas (whether therapeutically or within the criminal justice system).
Zoe is generally recognised as having specialist knowledge/expertise with regard to human behaviour/response when faced with a perceived threat (especially interpersonal and sexual threat).
Since April 2009, Zoe has been a self-employed Trainer and Consultant and has delivered training to (amongst others): Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO), Association of Chief Police Officers Scotland (ACPOS), The Judicial College, numerous Chambers of The Bar, Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service (COPFS), Police Service Northern Ireland (PSNI), Public Prosecution Service Northern Ireland (PPSNI), National Police Improvement Agency (NPIA), Royal Society of Medicine (RSM), Social Services Improvement Agency (SSIA), Local Government Improvement and Development Group (LGID), each of the 43 Police Forces in England and Wales, MOD Police, Service Prosecuting Authority (SPA), St Marys SARC Manchester, Forensic Science Service (FSS), G4S Forensic and Medical Services and Law Undergraduates at Trinity College Cambridge University.
Zoe was honoured in October 2010 to be chosen to deliver the inaugural Moira Jones Memorial Lecture, at COPFS Annual Conference in Glasgow, and to be awarded the Moira Jones Memorial Bowl in recognition of her work to increase understanding of sexualised trauma within the criminal justice system.
Please note there will be no shared lunch on this occasion and seats will be allocated on a “first come first served” basis.