Presenting mental health issues can be daunting to the non-specialist practitioner working in wider service provision. However, working with complexity does not have to be complicated. Based on state of the art research, this course provides a framework for developing a clear, practical skill set in supporting clients gain control over their presenting symptoms with simple but effective interventions. This includes Trauma, Depression, Anxiety and Poor Impulse Control conditions that are frequently encountered within Personality Disorders. Wider CBT treatment planning tools will also help practitioners identify the most appropriate approaches and enhance interventions for clients presenting with any wider needs.
Who is This Course For?
This course will be very helpful to a wide range of professionals who support people with mental health needs across a broad spectrum of disorders. This course offers practical CBT skills for rapid symptom management and can be combined with broader support planning models.
Also Available to be Delivered Online?
Yes, Zoom based integration
1 day (9.30-4.30)
Max Number of Attendees
Flipchart stand and paper
Any seating arrangement
Method of Delivery
The training course is highly interactive, even during presentations. It uses a wide variety of learning approaches including presentations, pairs and small group work exercises and self-assessment. The course is also supported with free e-learning and further resources to re-cap, review and refresh learning.
Course Aims and Objectives:
To equip practitioners with a range of evidence based approaches to address mental health issues in time limited settings.
By the end of the course participants will have had opportunities to:
Understand the major mental health disorders
Describe the difference between personality disorders and mental health
Work with clients with complex needs who are stuck in change
Provide a structured and effective approach to address depression
Provide rapid symptom management and change for anxiety disorders
Alleviate intrusive traumatic memories and reduce disassociation in PTSD
Improve impulse control and distress intolerance