Therapist Profile


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Charlotte Copeland 2

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Home visits: No

Qualifications/Memberships: MSc, PGDHP(Distinction) GDPsy MNRHP RAGPH MBPsS

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Specialities: Psychological Trauma

Bio: Charlotte is the owner and clinical director of SafeHaven Trauma Centre Ltd and SafeHaven Critical Incident Stress Management Ltd. Charlotte is an integrative psychotherapist and advanced craniosacral therapist who has specialised in mind-body health and trauma recovery over the last 15 years. Passionate about mental health and preventative and responsive measures for psychological trauma, Charlotte established, and acts as team coordinator, for the UK’s first internationally accredited Critical Incident Stress Management Service, here at SafeHaven. Providing psychological risk management, organisational training and response teams when trauma occurs in the workplace. Charlotte has provided support across a wide range of incidents; from single incident support, where there has been loss of life, serious injury, assault etc., through to more complex incidents such as the recent 2017 Manchester Bombing. Charlotte sat on the board of the National Register of Hypnotherapists & Psychotherapists, 2016 to 2018. She has also acted as lead psychotherapist for the Haematology Department at Central Manchester University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. Charlotte is involved in on-going research into the effects of psychotherapeutic support for haemato-oncological patients. Research: In 2015 her initial research in psychotherapy for haemato-oncology patients, was the first submission from the CMF Trust’s Haematology department to receive a prize at the British Society for Haematology medical conference. In 2017 Charlotte also took a poster presentation on her MSc research into a new treatment modality for PTSD to the ISTSS Annual Trauma Conference in Chicago.

Offers Supervision: Yes

UKCP-NRHP as OM: n

NRHP Number: 12-1626

NRHP Category: Full

NRHP Year Joined: 2012


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