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Thursday, 28 August 2014

Training Courses in September (Update)

We hope you’ve had a great summer. However,  with August almost over, it’s time to plan your training calendar.

This is a quick e-mail to let you know that we still have a limited number of places available on the following events:

15 - 16 September 2014, Birmingham.

This is THE most popular course on Clinical Supervision. In just two days it provides you with comprehensive and practical information on supervision As a result, it’s one of the very few courses that meets the training standards required to confer eligibility to the British Psychological Society’s Register of Applied Psychology Practice Supervisors (RAPPS).
Every time this course runs in London it is fully booked. We only have 7 places left available on this course in Birmingham.
Use this rare opportunity to book this course now, without months of waiting for the next one.

18 September 2014, London.

Let our past delegates rave about this training:
“A fantastic course. Please increase the frequency and number of these, I could have done with this months ago.” E.H., MH Worker
"Exactly what I was looking for to promote and develop more group work within my service. Good mix of leaning methods, a really useful day. Thank you!" P.E., Counselling Service Manager”

Only 9 places left. Book now to secure your place. This course will NOT be repeated in the next 12 months.

3.  POSITIVE THERAPY (Approved by the British Psychological Society)
26 September 2014, Birmingham.

During this lively, stimulating and thought-provoking course you will discover an evidence based strengths oriented approach to creating change for your clients - invaluable in a range of therapeutic, social care and educational environments across the age span.
This course will not be returning to Birmingham in the next 12 months – do not miss your opportunity to book today!

September CBT INTRODUCTORY COURSE in London and Birmingham is fully booked.
Please book on later dates well in advance to secure your place:  

Looking forward to seeing on our future courses.

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