Psychology Chartered

Limited Spaces Left For Our Sex, Drugs and Risk Assessment Training Event!

Posted by Chloe Nunan

31st August 2018

Tuesday the 25th of September 2018 is fast approaching for our Sex, Drugs and Risk Assessment training event! Not be missed, this event will be focusing on the effective management of challenging behaviours associated with sex, drug and alcohol use.  This will involve a combination of clinical and legal expertise discussion lead by our very own Dr Richard Maddicks joined by Huw Pointing, Novum Law Director and Personal Injury Solicitor. Both Richard and Huw are highly experienced in their respected fields, each possessing over 20 years’ experience supporting individuals with ABI. This one day event will be held at Novum Law office in Swindon from 10:30am to 3:00pm.

This is a brand new event that we have never run before and are really excited about! Following the success of our previous training event run with Novum Law last year, we thought it would be a shame not to do another this year!  The same as the mental capacity event from last year, all proceeds made this year are going to the brain injury charity, Headway.

This unique, interactive session is aimed at Case Managers and Health Care Professionals, focusing on adult clients engaging in sexual contact and drug use in the context of community brain injury rehabilitation. Combining clinical and legal expertise, the day provides opportunities to deliberate ‘thorny’ issues, questions and current cases.

The tickets for this training event cost £85 (plus VAT) per person, which is a great price as it will also include lunch. Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis with limited availability remaining. This is our final call for anyone interested in attending!  Make sure you don’t miss out!

To book one of our few remaining places today or to find out more information please do not hesitate to contact Ellen Shaw at

We look forward to welcoming you for what is sure to be an informative and thought provoking event.