The Sheffield Trauma Centre was started in 2007 by Rashida Harries and Steve Williams, two experienced psychotherapists who originally trained at the Chiron Centre in Ealing, London, and completed training there in 1995.

We are both experienced in working in child and adult mental health, and have extensive experience working with both trauma related therapies – EMDR, 3 phase trauma protocol, Lifespan Integration – and attachment oriented therapies.

 

We remain the core of the Centre, but also have a range of associated therapists to whom we are able to refer clients if another therapy is more suitable.

 

Rashida Harries has always specialisned in early life trauma since initially training with Babette Rothschild in 1997/8. She is trained in EMDR and Lifespan Integration and currently works extensively with adults and children..
After many years working for a childrens' charity, Rashida has retained a special interest in Trauma and Attachment work with children, and has had extensive direct experience of working with abuse in families. She is also trained in, and able to offer:-
art therapy with children
play therapy

 

Steve Williams is trained in EMDR, Lifespan Integration and associated Trauma therapies, and has experience and specific interest in working with attachment disorders often diagnosed as 'personality disorders', and in working with dissociation. He has experience in working with male violence, training, and couples therapy.
He is a member of the European Society for Trauma and Dissociation, and has completed the ISSTD Psychotherapy Training for the Dissociative Disorders, Standard and Advanced Courses.



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Why do you stay in prison when the door is so wide open?

 

Rumi

There's two ways to wash the dishes. You can wash the dishes in order to clean the dishes or you can wash the dishes in order to wash the dishes

 

Thich Nhat Hanh

"Sometimes I ain’t so sho’ who's got ere a right to say when a man is crazy and when he ain’t.

Sometimes I think it ain’t none of us pure crazy and ain’t none of us pure sane until the balance of us talks him that-a-way.

It's like it ain’t so much what a fellow does, but it's the way the majority of folks is looking at him when he does it"

 

William Faulkener As I lay dying