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Tuesday, 28 March 2017

New Course – BPS Approved Certificate in Trauma Treatments – Introductory Offer

Our recent Facebook survey demonstrated that the course most of you would like to see in our portfolio would be therapeutic approaches to trauma. We are very pleased to let you know that in response to your request we’ve developed a brand new Certificate course that addresses this issue:


Available to attend in London or via interactive webcast!

The 8 days of training includes the following 4 modules:

-          Trauma: Psychopathology and Treatment 12th - 13th September
This two day course provides a broad practical and theoretical overview of current approaches to treating trauma from a range of therapeutic perspectives.

-          CBT for Working with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder 19th - 20th October 2017
A practical two day course, for those who work with survivors of trauma, from RTA to childhood abuse. The day combines an overview of the current understanding of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) with case discussion, demonstration and treatment.

-          New Approaches to Traumatic Grief and Loss 8th - 9th November 2017
Understand the Nature of Traumatic Grief, new Therapeutic Interventions and how to work effectively with Traumatic Grief Problems

-          Resilience: Prevention and Recovery from Traumatic Damage 5th - 6th December 2017
A two day course providing a research based understanding of the role of resilience and key practical skills for both prevention and recovery from traumatic damage.

Course tutors - Paul Grantham and Fiona Kennedy – are highly respected and extremely knowledgeable experts. If you have attended any of their courses before, you know the outstanding quality of training they deliver.

Book the whole course for only £900 + vat
It means you pay only £112.50 per day and save overall up to £260!

This offer is better than early bird booking discount or a whole course discount, but only available until 1 April.

Want to spread the cost? Choose singular modules and book them one by one.
Find travelling to London prohibitive? Attend via Live Webcast. Read more about people’s experience of it:
Don’t miss out!

We look forward to working with you.

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