Dzmitry Karpuk is registered with the Association for Family Therapy and Systemic Practice (AFT) and the UK council for Psychotherapy (UKCP). He has specialised in trauma recovery psychotherapy for adults, children and families for over 25 years. He has considerable experience of working with vulnerable high-risk populations, including those bereaved by suicide, affected by domestic violence, who are childhood trauma survivors or refugees and asylum seekers. He is also a trainer and team member of Blake Emergency Services.

Dzmitry has significant experience of delivering trauma-informed training to various professionals both nationally and internationally. He is currently involved in research at the University of York, which focuses on dreams and sleep disturbances. Dzmitry and his colleagues are aiming to complete a handbook on Working with Nightmares and Dreams later this year. He regularly provides individual and group supervision to a wide range of clinicians.

Qualifications

  • MSc: Systemic Family Therapy (University of Leeds)
  • Post-Graduate Certificate: Systemic Practice (University of Leeds)
  • BSc/MSc: Family Counselling Psychology (Belarus State Pedagogical University)
  • BA: General Nursing (Minsk State Medical College, Belarus)

Affiliations

  • The Oakdale Centre (Psychological therapies for adults, young people and children)
  • Blake Emergency Services
  • Complex Trauma Therapists’ Network
  • Complex Trauma Institute
  • University of York