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Thursday, 31 March 2016

Training update for April - May 2016

This is just a quick update for you on SDS training events in April – May 2016 that still have some availability.
You might be already booked on some of them, don’t worry – your record is correct and up-to-date.
This is a gentle reminder about our courses that might not be repeated in the next 12 – 18 months – don’t miss them.

1.          22 April 2016
BPS London and International Webcast

For the first time this extremely popular course is available via Webcast.
If you’ve done any of the modules of the Certificate in RBT in the past, join this course to move on with your certificate.
This course also can be taken as a one-off training.

2.          26 – 27 April 2016
YHA Manchester

A rare opportunity to attend this popular course in Manchester. Come and work with Paul Grantham on this topic that he always presents with such knowledge, understanding and passion that you will leave excited to start applying it to your work straightaway. A few places still available. This topic is not coming back to Manchester in the next 18 months.

3.          NEW! 28 – 29 April 2016
BPS London

This is a COMPLETELY NEW module of the BPS Approved Master Practitioner Diploma in CBT.
Introduction of this module gives you more flexibility in terms of choosing your content. The overall amount of hours for the Diploma remains the same and if you need to do a few more courses to achieve your total – this module is a great option.
If you are interested in working with Social Anxiety clients (and 1 in 8 clients we see usually suffers from that!) – this can be taken as a stand-alone course.

BPS London in May – fully booked
Ibis, Birmingham, 10 – 12 May 2016  – places available.

You all know that this course is extremely popular and always in high demand. This course is highly praised and recommended as an individual introduction to CBT or as an entry point to CBT Master Practitioner Diploma.
So, if you have an option of travelling to Birmingham – take this opportunity of doing this course quickly rather than waiting for several months until it comes up in London again.
Book here:

17- 18 May 2016, BPS, London

The two day seminar with Professor Windy Dryden will outline the basis of the new Single Session Integrated CBT (SSI-CBT) approach, where it can and can’t be used, protocols to follow and the application of unique therapeutic elements such as the provision of session transcripts and recordings for the client to take away and use. Professor Dryden will also provide real life (not role played) demonstrations of a single session approach with volunteers, will offer participants practice opportunities and will provide live supervision feedback during the course of the two days.

Don’t miss this one-off event, it will not be repeated in 2016.

Hope you’ve found this information useful.

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