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Monday, 19 April 2010

Managing Anxiety-Based Problems in Older People - Feedback

Paul Grantham has just finished the first block of trainings on Managing Anxiety-Based Problems in Older People.
The feedback has been very good - with the vast majority of delegates rating the course as "Very Good" or "Good".
Below are some examples of feedback given by delegates after the course:

"Excellent day + very relevant + helpful to my job role." (A.A., Social Worker)
"Very good hands-on information, good video clips, excellent background information." (I.K., OT)
"Lots of useful ideas to work with." (B.B., CPN)
"Interesting stuff! Will test some of those approaches when the opportunity arises." (T.W. RMN/AMHP)
"Very relaxed style. Have learnt a lot of ideas to try. Thank you." (H.P., OT)
"Very interesting concepts that will aid my support work & counselling." (G.L., CMSW)
"Useful - practical techniques, and interventions." (S.B., Nurse)
"I have learnt a great deal. It was very informative. I will use this when working with anxiety and with illness in my workplace." (G.O., OT/Physiotherapist)

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