The last 10 years have seen significant advances in treatments for PTSD. The right interventions make our work more effective.
Empirically validated methods of CBT, underpinned by a relational value base.
|12 Hours CPD Certificate
In PTSD Master Class, our focus is on strategies to help our clients break the Cycle of Traumatic Memory using effective, evidence-based strategies for managing intrusive imagery, somatic re-experiencing and post-traumatic flashbacks.
It will offer you a firm foundation for working with PTSD using Trauma-Focused CBT, underpinned by a relational philosophy.
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.
PTSD Master Class is highly practical, with clinical demonstration using live actor and video footage to model therapy skills. This process enables the opportunity to see, experience and to practice using real material in a simulated context. Not only cutting-edge research updates but Innovative “hands-on” skills training. In-depth case formulation & discussion Real-time demonstration, & practice of skills in a safe environment. Empirically based Trauma-Focused CBT for our complex real–world clinical work.
15-24 Jun 2017: British Psychological Society London Office
|Day One||Day Two|
|How do we differentiate PTSD it from other trauma-related responses?||Flashback halting & Stimulus Discrimination|
|PTSD & the Brain: how can we utilize insights from contemporary neuroscience?||Enhanced Reliving Theory & Practice dissected case discussions|
|CBT & Memory & cognitive changes resulting from PTSD: how to facilitate resilience||Collaborative Formulation with our client: LIVE therapy demonstration & interaction.|
|Formulation: integrating T-F CBT with relational values (based Ehlers Clarke T-F CBT)||Skills practice work with our “client”|
|Case studies & interactive discussion||Extensive debriefing interactive discussion|
|What to do when client feels stuck||Enhanced Reliving Theory & Practice Skill Demonstration & Skills practice|
|What not to do…||‘Real-world’ application|
|CBT Pitfalls in therapy with PTSD||LIVE therapy interactive demo & skills practice work with “client”|
|Enhancing Resilience: Distress Tolerance & Emotional Regulation||Debunking the myths: Post-traumatic Growth Perceived or “actual” growth.|
The PTSD Master Class is an intermediate level workshop directed to trained mental health practitioners who are familiar with and able to to use the fundamental principles of CBT. For example, practitioners are able to use formulation, identify automatic thoughts and able to help clients test these thoughts. To use the enhanced reliving components, practitioners should have skills in CBT and be supervised by practitioner who uses reliving as part of their own clinical practice and is competent to do so.
Delegates on this workshop who practice therapy are required to have a membership of a relevant Regulatory Body such as HPCP or equivalent.
There may be occasional exceptions to this requirement (for example, a trauma researcher or similar who is not practicing with clients but needs insight into trauma therapy issues). Any exception has to be discussed with us in advance. It is explicit that this workshop does not qualify you to practice in the absence of professional qualification and validation by an appropriate regulatory body. Please do get in touch to discuss.
Delegates own self-care is emphasized throughout. If you are in doubt as to whether this course is appropriate for you, please discuss with us in confidence.
Times: 9.30am - 4.00pm (doors open from 9.00am).
Venue: Most Masterclass workshops are run from our BPS London Office (30 Tabernacle Street, London EC2A 4UE).
We want to deliver workshops in other regions of the UK. If you see a demand for PTSD & Trauma workshops for professionals in your area please get in touch with us.
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