Brief Interventions using Compassion-Focused, Positive Psychological Acceptance & Commitment Techniques
Therapists (both physical and mental health) looking to supercharge their behavioural activation skills to help clients get ‘unstuck’.
What will you get out of it?
Learn how to more fully involve people in exploring setting health and wellbeing goals and taking the steps along the path to improved quality of life and functioning
Help people let go of unworkable behaviours and excuses, and engage in committed, value-based actions to change their lives for the better.
Incorporate mindfulness therapeutically and innovate your own mindfulness techniques.
Interrupt disruptive behaviour in session and stay on track with clients who get easily distracted Rapidly construct effective treatment plans that build hope and agency Help people deal with change, build trusting relationships, keep key partners on board Become a better, more empathic listener, using reflections and summaries Skilful questions to help clients reframe and redefine their problem
I really enjoyed the training, found it relevant to my work and I have continued to try and implement ACT interventions into my practice. Would attend another training day put on by the facilitators in a flash. (Cognitive Behavioural Therapist)
You will receive:
• Access to demonstrations of the specific clinical techniques that make up the approach, and the chance to practice them yourselves
• Learn via a wide range of experiential exercises, clinical role plays, group discussions, guided practice and video demonstration
• Action planning: resources for making use of techniques in your work including client worksheets
When: Tuesday, 21 November 2017 from 09:30 to 16:00 (GMT) Where: A G Palmer HouseMorrell CrescentLittlemoreOX4 4SU OxfordUnited Kingdom Hosted By: Recovery Research Network http://www.researchintorecovery.com/rrn Register for this event now at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/recovery-research-network-autumn-2017-tickets-36276872101?aff=rss Event Details: Theme: Poverty and Social Inequality 0930 Re [...]