Interpersonal Psychotherapy Training Refresher - webinar

16th September 2020

Details

Location:
The Kantor Centre of Excellence, 4 - 8 Rodney Street, London, N1 9JH Map
Length:
1 day
Times:
09.15-17.00

Tutors

Price

£250.00

Training fee

Places available

About this course

The clinically focused workshop will provide a refresher for recently trained IPT therapists and will focus on how to implement the key objectives of the IPT model in routine practice.  During this day we will give particular attention to key issues that are often difficult for therapists to feel confident in during initial casework, such as conducting a symptom review, finding a focus, negotiating useful and relevant goals, and maintaining links between the interpersonal context and symptoms across the session.

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Attendees will be strongly encouraged to bring recorded clips of their work to review with the group and receive live supervision on the issues they are finding difficult in practice.  Feedback from previous attendees has been that this has provided a very helpful way to develop effective clinical skills.

Who is this course suitable for?

This one-day refresher course is suitable for those who have attended a five-day IPT practitioner training and are completing or have recently completed accreditation casework. The course is also open to recently qualified and more experience staff looking for a refresher. The content of the day will organised around the questions that participants submit in advance.

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