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Tuesday, 27 June 2017

Training Update for September 2017

At this time of year many of you will be looking forward to winding down for your well-deserved summer holidays.

You might not necessarily be thinking about the start of autumn right now, but we thought you would like to know about the exciting training courses we have coming up in September.

ESSENTIAL SUPERVISION SKILLS on the 7th-8th September in Manchester is already sold out but we still have a VERY LIMITED availability on the 5th-6th October in Birmingham.
It’s such a popular course and if you ever need to supervise the case work of others, it is a must do!
http://www.skillsdevelopment.co.uk/seminars.php?courseid=114

September sees the start of our BRAND NEW British Psychological Society Approved CERTIFICATE IN TRAUMA TREATMENTS. Have a look at the details by following the link below.
http://www.skillsdevelopment.co.uk/trauma.shtml

The first module of the new full certificate, which incidentally can also be taken as a stand-alone training course, is TRAUMA: PSYCHOPATHOLOGY & TREATMENT 12th – 13th September.
You can choose to attend the Open course in London or, to avoid the hassle and additional cost of travelling, you also have the option to join via LIVE INTERACTIVE WEBCAST.
http://www.skillsdevelopment.co.uk/seminars.php?courseid=179

        This new two day module provides a broad overview of current approaches to treating trauma from a range of therapeutic perspectives. As outlined below:

        The Somatic Therapies are explored through the work of Levine, Rothschild & Van Der Kolk. Focusing on biological explanations and expressions of trauma; the concept of body and limbic system storage of trauma including body memories and "flashbacks"

        The key role of Porges' Polyvagal Theory along with its implications for trauma treatment. Explanations and demonstrations of effective somatic techniques are provided, which are designed to eliminate and reduce client's body memories.

        The differences between Developmental Trauma Disorder, Simple Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

        Shapiro’s Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), its underlying theory of Adaptive Information Processing (AIP) model and its eight phase approach. Issues of controversy such as whether the novel eye movement element is a crucial part of outcome and whether, in practice, it differs in its treatment mechanism from CBT is explored.

Take a look at the full details by following this link:
http://www.skillsdevelopment.co.uk/seminars.php?courseid=179

Always popular, and already fully booked for July, is our BPS approved 3 DAY CBT INTRODUCTORY COURSE in London on 18th-20th September. If you wish to work in CBT you need to attend this one – without a doubt!
http://www.skillsdevelopment.co.uk/cbt_seminars.php?courseid=69

This intensive training course covers the history and meaning of CBT, conceptualising cases in CBT terms, the format of a standard CBT session, and the most important CBT techniques. It will introduce you to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy within a context of other therapeutic methods using a wide range of learning techniques. You will leave this course with a solid grounding in CBT that you can put into practice straight away. A MUST HAVE.

Last but definitely not least, we have WORKING WITH ANGER PROBLEMS 27th – 28th September, London.
This BPS approved 2 day training course can be taken individually or as part of our Master Practitioner Diploma in CBT.
http://skillsdevelopment.co.uk/cbt_seminars.php?courseid=101

Anger problems are a central emotional difficulty both alone and in a wide range of other emotional problems. From grief and anxiety to self-harm and Post Traumatic Stress, to bullying and offending. This detailed two day course addresses this difficult area both in terms of understanding and assessment as well as motivational issues and treatment. This course is only run once a year so don’t miss it this time around!
http://skillsdevelopment.co.uk/cbt_seminars.php?courseid=101

We look forward to working with you on these excellent training modules later on this year, but in the meantime enjoy your summer!

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