Nine Teaching Live

  • Thu, Mar 04
    Online event
    Part of the Mental Health Essentials series. An overview of diagnosis, neurobiology and treatments for ADHD. Session led by consultant psychiatrist.
  • Autumn Programme 2020
    Online live
    Inspire others, change direction, enhance your portfolio of skills. Train to be a coach. Three day intensive Autumn School 2020. Application only.
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    Fri, Feb 26
    Online event
    Narrative Exposure Therapy (NET) is a short-term psychological treatment for PTSD which is recognised by NICE. This intensive programme will provide an introduction to this manualised therapy. Entry requirements apply please see brochure.
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    Thu, Feb 18
    Online event
    This LIVE online event incorporates direct teaching, light yoga practice, interactive discussion and a model of self coaching to help us banish personal and professional burnout. Within a group of 8 or less.
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    Fri, Feb 12
    Online event
    Responding to traumatic grief is an intensive training which identifies more complex or traumatic grief reactions. We will in particular explore the impact of Covid-19. There are entry requirements for this event please download brochure for details.
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    Fri, Feb 05
    Online event
    Vicarious trauma is a risk to those who work in all helping professions. At this event we will explore what vicarious trauma is, what it isn't and how this interacts with compassion fatigue and burnout. We identify risk factors and seek to develop strategies to combat this.
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    Thu, Feb 04
    Online Webinar
    As we approach a year of living with Covid-19, those of us in the helping professions are reporting feeling exhausted and isolated. This event is an opportunity for us to share our experiences and to develop strategies to help us to sustain ourselves and others through the challenges ahead.
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    Fri, Jan 29
    Online event
    Is it possible to grow through adversity? What are the factors associated with post-traumatic growth? Where does resilience fit and how do we develop it?
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    Fri, Jan 22
    Online event
    One day intensive training event focusing upon core coaching skills and how you can incorporate these to motivate yourself and others towards positive growth. No previous coaching knowledge necessary.
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    Thu, Jan 21
    Online event
    Part of the Mental Health Essentials series. The aim of this session is to ensure that participants have an understanding of the different mental health teams and services in primary and secondary care, their roles and how they link together. Session led by consultant psychiatrist.
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    Thu, Dec 03
    Online event
    Part of the Mental Health Essentials Series. The aim of this session is to ensure that participants have an understanding of the main legal issues of consent, capacity and the Mental Health Act relating to their practice as a therapist. Session led by consultant psychiatrist.
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    Thu, Oct 29
    Online event
    Part of the Mental Health Essentials series. This session is about ‘psychiatric diagnosis’, the systems used, strengths and weaknesses of these classification systems and the context in everyday clinical practice. Session led by consultant psychiatrist
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    Thu, Oct 01
    Online
    Part of the Mental Health Essentials series. An overview of the role and impact of psychiatric medication in trauma and PTSD. We will also discuss the interaction of medication with psychological therapy. Session led by consultant psychiatrist.
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    Thu, Sep 17
    Online
    Part of the Mental Health Essentials series Approximately one in six adults in the UK are prescribed antidepressants. In this session we will look at the side effects and understand how to support clients who are commencing and discontinuing these treatments. Session led by consultant psychiatrist.
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    Thu, Sep 17
    Online event
    A mental health familiarisation programme for counsellors, psychotherapists and other health professionals offering 'bite sized' events and led by a consultant psychiatrist. These sessions may be taken individually or as a full series.
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    Fri, Jul 31
    Online event
    Developing coaching skills to help you and others grow through change and re-evaluate your purpose, values and life direction (no previous coaching knowledge required)
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    Sat, Jul 25
    Online event
    Bringing body and mind together, raising your resilience through yoga practice whilst strengthening your resilient mindset through coaching. (no previous yoga experience required)
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    Thu, Jul 16
    Online
    An overview of the role and impact of psychiatric medication in trauma and PTSD. We will also discuss the interaction of medication with psychological therapy. Session led by consultant psychiatrist.
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    Thu, Jul 02
    Online
    Approximately one in six adults in the UK are prescribed antidepressant medications. In this session we will look at the side effects and understand how to support clients who are discontinuing these treatments. Session led by consultant psychiatrist.
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    Fri, Jun 26
    Online event
    Disruption to our attachments is significant in trauma and traumatic loss and underpins many behavioural and emotional responses. The event will benefit anyone seeking to learn about how our early attachments shape us in adult life.
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    Fri, Jun 19
    Online event
    This event is suitable for anyone with an interest in trauma, and we will discuss the Covid-19 'pre-traumatic condition' and what this means for society. This session presents an overview of trauma and how the brain and body responds to traumatic events.
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    Fri, Jun 12
    Online event
    Responding to traumatic grief is an intensive training which identifies more complex or traumatic grief reactions. We will in particular explore the impact of Covid-19.
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    Fri, Jun 05
    Online event
    During this session we will discuss the devastation of Covid-19 and how the grief response may or may not be served by traditional models of grief. We will also explore how losing someone we love to Covid-19 may impact different cultural expressions of mourning
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    Fri, May 22
    Online event
    Discover the early warning signs of burnout, compassion fatigue and vicarious trauma. Co-hosted by yoga practitioner. We use yoga, mindfulness and education to benefit restoration.
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