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Monday, 8 March 2010

SDS News

Here are the latest SDS news updates for you:

1. We had lots of interesting and thought-provoking replies to our last Delegate Debate: Award Winning Neurologist Challenges Our Therapy Practice. You can read all comments at: http://sdsmedia.blogspot.com/

2. We are running ALL NEW Brief Solution Focused Therapy (BSFT) Seminars around the UK in March. It is a brand new seminar that was created following your high demand for more practical knowledge on BSFT. Paul Grantham is leading these seminars, you can read his big interview about his professional and personal take on BSFT at: http://www.skillsdevelopment.co.uk/images/appl_form/course_73.pdf .
Places for this seminar are still available and you can have £10 off if booking online or with credit card over the phone.

3. Our 3 day Introductory CBT courses (approved by the BPS Learning Centre) proved to be very popular with events fully booked in London, Birmingham and Manchester. We are running more courses in London in 2010 – they are available for booking on our site: http://www.skillsdevelopment.co.uk/seminars.php?courseid=69 . We are planning to run additional CBT courses in Bristol, Manchester, Birmingham and York – they will be advertised on our website shortly – please stay tuned.

4. We have our first delegates who have successfully completed CBT online assessment following their course and received their Certificates of Assessed Academic Competence. Lisa Jayne Walker kindly shared her experiences of the course and assessment with us – you can read her interview at http://www.skillsdevelopment.co.uk/images/appl_form/CPD%20Interview%20with%20Lisa.pdf .

5. Our highly demanded seminars on Anger Therapy are running in June. Be among the first to book and receive a massive £24 “Early Bird Discount”: pay only £75 + vat (regular price £99+vat). See http://www.skillsdevelopment.co.uk/seminars.php?courseid=61 for details.

Looking forward to seeing you on our courses and always interested in your feedback.

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