PWP Clinical Skills Training Day

In collaboration with UEA Department of Clinical Psychology, Norwich Medical School Choose between three focussed, practical training workshops for PWPs and Senior PWPs. These three focussed training workshops offer PWPs and Senior PWPs the opportunity to advance their skills and develop specialisations. Choose from Developing your Group Work Skills, Working with Long Term Conditions at Step 2 or Delivering Perinatal PWP-led Interventions. Book before 30th September and NHS and public sector attendees will pay just £149 plus VAT. Each workshop will run from 10:00 – 4:00, and offer practical, useful advice and training for PWPs and Senior PWPs looking to advance their skills. Workshop 1: Developing your Group Work Skills Trainer: Marie Chellingsworth, Executive Director of CBT Programmes, Department of Clinical Psychology, Norwich Medical School, University of East Anglia (UEA) This intensive workshop will teach you the key skills you need for running group sessions in a variety of low intensity interventions. Sessions will include:  Developing your group facilitation skills for small and larger format groups  Managing and understanding group processes and dynamics  Designing appropriate content for group sessions to meet guidelines for patient information and good practice  How to run groups using BA, Exposure and other key low intensity interventions  How to adapt and augment interventions across the age span for group settings  Ensuring groups are interactive and keep the ethos of CBT principles  Ways to evaluate the effectiveness of your group interventions Workshop 2: Working with Long Term Conditions at Step 2 Trainer: Gemma Richardson, Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner Team Leader, Insight Healthcare This interactive day will give you practical advice and training on assessment and adapting existing interventions for patients with long term conditions. Sessions will include:  Find out how to assess and effectively augment treatment for patients with long term conditions  Learn adaptations for Behavioural Activation, Exposure and other key techniques in the treatment of people with long term conditions  Get to grips with how to separate physical symptoms when they have similarities to the symptoms of the presenting mental health problem  Using measures: amending your outcome measures for patients with long term conditions Workshop 3: Delivering Perinatal PWP-led Interventions Trainer: Dr Heather O’Mahen, Senior Lecturer in Clinical Psychology, University of Exeter and Lead Developer and Author of the Netmums Helping with Depression Online Programme This training session will give you unique insights into how to deliver NICE-approved, evidence-based therapies for perinatal women at Step 2. Sessions will include:  Identify the most appropriate interventions for perinatal women at step 2  Get practical training on delivering perinatal interventions in a variety of ways: online, via telephone and face-to-face  Overcome the specific challenges of measuring outcomes for perinatal women

17 de noviembre de 2015 | York (Reino Unido)


Park Inn by Radisson

North St York North Yorkshire YO1 6JF

York (Reino Unido)


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