Bespoke Training Programmes for Staff Groups
Bespoke training programmes for staff can be offered, for example, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Cognitive Analytic Therapy courses, Clinical Supervision issues, Solution Focussed Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, aspects of Leadership and Management.
For a 2 day Introduction to Cognitive Analytic therapy (CAT) course on 29th and 30th April 2020, Birmingham, for qualified staff, please see https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/introduction-to-cognitive-analytic-therapy-cat-birmingham-tickets-84116786573 for more information about this CAT workshop including how to book on, or see the professional association's page for more details about this therapy approach https://www.acat.me.uk/course/1079/introduction+to+cat+-+offered+by+jurai+darongkamas+and+jeanette+mcloughlin+2020-04-29.htm
The course aims to
- Help understanding and engaging clients with problems in relating- i.e., help overcome frustration when relational issues limit progress by learning about CAT to build & keep good therapeutic relationships
- Facilitate working with clients where your usual approach is stuck – i.e., add to your existing practice, help people with relational problems more successfully
- Introduce you to CAT, its theory, methods and techniques –Give you an opportunity to practice some CAT techniques
“Excellent – enjoyable, engaging, accessible” (past participant on 2-day Introductory course).
Please contact us for a bespoke programme email@example.com.
“The course has given me a framework and structure that can be used to support me with a complex client group” qualified psychologist training on W Midlands CAT Practitioner therapist course, first cohort.
“I have learnt a huge amount which has enhanced all my work relating to clients. ..." Clinical psychologist training in CAT
"Therapy feels more genuinely collaborative, challenging but honest and respectful both for me and my clients..." Social worker training in CAT
“It has proved to be stimulating in team discussions and helpful in managing difficult patients and in supervision of colleagues who are feeling stuck in their ‘model’ of treatment.” Professional Mental Health worker.