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Tuesday, 25 January 2011

Certificate in Essential Therapy Skills and More!

We have received a lot of questions about our new course “CERTIFICATE IN ESSENTIAL THERAPY SKILLS” http://www.skillsdevelopment.co.uk/seminars.php?courseid=79 (Approved by The British Psychological Society Learning Centre for CPD).

This Certificate Course consists of 4 modules two of which are currently running and two others will be offered later this year:

• HOW TO BE MORE EFFECTIVE: THERAPY APPLICATIONS OF TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH ( dates & venues: http://www.skillsdevelopment.co.uk/seminars.php?courseid=78 )
• THE ESSENTIAL TOOLKIT FOR RUNNING GROUPS (dates & venues: http://www.skillsdevelopment.co.uk/seminars.php?courseid=67 )
• THE ESSENTIAL TIME MANAGEMENT SKILLS FOR THERAPISTS (will run in June 2011)
• EFFECTIVE THERAPEUTIC PROBLEM SOLVING TECHNIQUES FOR CLIENTS (will run in June 2011)


Paul Grantham has kindly answered some questions about the course. You can find his interview in Therapy Today or on our website: http://skillsdevelopment.co.uk/files/COUN_Feb_2011.pdf

Many of you have already attended our seminars on effective group work – it means that you’ve completed 25% towards the new Certificate. Book now on “How to Be More Effective” ( http://www.skillsdevelopment.co.uk/seminars.php?courseid=78 ) course – early bird discount is currently available – you can save over £25 if you act swiftly.

To read more about this new certificate go to: http://www.skillsdevelopment.co.uk/files/Eff_Therapy_Interview_Nov2010.pdf

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Our courses on Certificate in Resource Based Therapies (RBT) are booking fast.

BSFT course in February is fully booked, but due to a cancellation we have ONE place left on Motivational Interviewing (http://www.skillsdevelopment.co.uk/seminars.php?courseid=5) and BSFT with Complex Cases (http://www.skillsdevelopment.co.uk/seminars.php?courseid=70) in February. Jump in if you were waiting for these places.

RBT courses are running in Birmingham and Leeds in May – many of you were asking us whether we will bring this training to other parts of the country – here is your opportunity to book them outside London and save on travelling costs.

We are looking forward to seeing you on our courses soon!

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