British Psychological Society Approved Workshop for Purposes of CPD
Live via Zoom
The course content will remain the same, including simulated live client work.
To enable our workshops to keep the highly personalised and interactive style that defines us, we have reduced the number of delegates attending the workshop so that this quality can be maintained in a remote delivery.
A maximum of 10 delegates will be present which means that there is lots of space for individualised learning, questions and discussion as you wish.
Trauma and Emotional pain are NOT pathologies. We focus on using evidence-based Relational CBT underpinned by Client-Centred values. We establish a strongly non-pathologising stance for working effectively with traumatised people.
Our 2 Day PTSD Master Class draws on recent research findings in neuroscience, the clinical model of Ehlers and Clark.
PTSD Master Class will offer participants a firm foundation for working with PTSD using Trauma-Focused CBT, underpinned by a relational philosophy.
Day One: Current theories of PTSD, updates in neuroscience and the role of memory processes in the maintenance of PTSD will be explored, along with case formulation and therapy. A variety of case presentations will be discussed.
Live Observation - Makes this Different from Other Training:
Delegates will get the chance to observe therapy in action (with a professional actor playing our very credible client attending therapy). We discuss the moment–to–moment decisions about the direction therapy should take - unpacking the therapeutic process with real-time demonstration & practice of skills. Plus, other diverse clinical material will be used to illustrate different presentations, real-world challenges & therapy pitfalls.
For workshop Itinerary
"This training was something special - strong empirical backbone & more importantly - an honest acknowledgement of what is going on in the therapy. Academically strong..." Dr S
Self-funded Discounted Rate £235; Organisation Invoice Required £358
Venue: Online LIVE Webinar via Zoom