Mentalization-Based Treatment: Certificate course - practitioner level
10th June 2019 – 11th June 2019
- The Kantor Centre of Excellence, 4 - 8 Rodney Street, London, N1 9JH Map
- 2 days
- 09:00 - 17:00
About this course
This two-day workshop expands previous knowledge and embeds the basic skills of mentalization based treatment (MBT).
The aim is to facilitate skills development. Attendance at the course is part of the requirements for recognition as an MBT practitioner. Participants will:
- Have an up-date of current knowledge;
- Learn how to use the MBT adherence scale to monitor their practice;
- Develop their MBT skills through clinical demonstration, video ratings, and role plays.
Participants are encouraged to apply to bring a clinical video or audio of their work to demonstrate their use of basic MBT interventions. Consent from the client for part of a session to be shown for training purposes is required.
Alternatively participants may present a clinical problem with an MBT focus. This will be discussed and role play used to identify appropriate MBT intervention process.
A maximum of 5 presentations from participants is possible. Please apply early (by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like to take up this opportunity.
Any video assessment and clinical presentation discussed on the course may be used towards recognition of practitioner status and competence.
For other requirements to become a recognised MBT practitioner please see the Quality Assurance and Training Manual. In order to become an MBT Practitioner, you are required to fill out the MBT Practitioner Status Form, submitting all necessary evidence as described on the form.
Who is this course suitable for?
The workshop is suitable for mental health and other professionals who are interested in the treatment of personality disorder and have already completed the basic MBT training course.
Participants are expected to have been using mentalizing skills in their everyday practice and to have participated in supervision. In terms of the Quality Assurance Manual they should be working towards Level B (practitioner status).
Aims of course
To help participants work towards Level B MBT practitioner.
Please note, Peter Fonagy teaches, on average for one-day on this training course rather than the full duration of the training. At times, due to unforeseen circumstances his teaching time is reduced. The training is led by other experienced MBT trainers. Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families reserves the right to change speakers without notice.