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Monday, 18 July 2011

Resource Based Therapy in Manchester

We had a number of enquiries from our delegates regarding running our BPS Learning Centre approved course on Resource Based Therapies in Manchester. We are pleased to let you know that all four modules of this course are coming to Manchester in January – February 2012.

This course consisting of 4 modules brings together three separate psychotherapeutic modalities that all share an underlying assumption regarding the client’s intrinsic pre-existing resources and psychological strengths.

These include Brief Solution Focused Therapy, Positive Psychology and Motivational Interviewing.

Delegates who attend all four courses receive A Certificate in Resource Based Therapies with BPS Learning Centre approval logo on it and 25 hours CPD. These 4 training modules can be booked together or separately; the order, in which delegates attend the courses, is flexible. If you have done with us training on any of the above topics before – you have already partially completed the full course and now need to attend only the remaining modules to receive your Certificate.

As you are our continuous supporter we here at SDS decided to offer you a special deal to make training more accessible in these difficult and financially uncertain times: FOR 24 HOURS ONLY YOU CAN BOOK THESE MANCHESTER COURSES ONLINE WITH 50% DISCOUNT, PAYING THE INCREDIBLE £62.50 + VAT FOR EACH.

Please explore the website for detailed description of the courses and book online today:

POSITIVE THERAPY (CRBT - MODULE 1)
MOTIVATIONAL INTERVIEWING & BEYOND (CRBT - MODULE 2)
BRIEF SOLUTION FOCUSED THERAPY (CRBT - MODULE 3)
BSFT WITH DIFFICULT & COMPLEX CLIENTS (CRBT - MODULE 4)

We hope you will find these courses essential for your work and take advantage of this short-term offer.

Kind regards

The Skills Development Service Team

1 comment:

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