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Wednesday, 4 January 2017

2017 Training Update

Happy New Year!

I hope you've had a fun Festive Season and are now eager to embrace all the opportunities 2017 brings us.
Here are some of the training options you might want to consider:

17 – 18 January 2017 (Tuesday & Wednesday)
What you need to know:
-          BPS Approved
-          at BPS, London AND via LIVE WEBCAST
-          you can watch the webcast recording LATER if you cannot attend on the day
-          one of our most popular courses
-          leads to a BPS Approved Certificate in Recourse Based Therapies

Book now – we have extended the Early Bird Discount for the next 24 hours. Don’t miss it.

19 – 20 January 2017 (Thursday & Friday)
An essential course for the BPS Approved Master Practitioner Diploma in CBT, but can be taken independently.
Only 5 places left.

5 Modules, 8 days plus an online course.
OUR EARLY BIRD PRICE: £900 + VAT (£1080) PER DELEGATE covers 8 days training, 4 hours online introductory course, refreshments, course materials and the final test.
It works out at only £105.89 + vat per day of training.
This is a very good offer and this discount is available on bookings made more than 1 month prior the first course date event.

IMPORTANT: For 2017 the Early Bird Discount will Expire on 8 January 2017.
This certificate course is available via WEBCAST too – you can attend it from anywhere in the world and watch or re-watch it later should you prefer it.
Not much time left – book now and secure your place.

You can, of course, book any of the Certificates in Third Wave CBT individually.

They are:
Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (2 days) in February
Compassion Focused Therapy (2 days) in March
Mindfulness (2 days) in April
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (2 days) in May

The online training course on Third Wave CBT is available to you FREE with any of the individual modules booked.

Looking forward to welcoming you on our courses in 2017.

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