Book Events

"Deformed, Defective and Flawed" Approaches to Body Dysmorphic Disorder

The purpose of this workshop is to provide greater insight into this presentations, and to orientate the professional in the direction that treatment might take.

Understanding the ECG: Principles and Interpretation

Understanding the ECG: Principles and Interpretation

Solution Focused Conversation

This workshop is an introduction to what the Solution Focused Model is, what it is not, and how delegates can use it in their work. Delegates will be taken through the structure of a session, visual resources and tools devised by the speaker and will take part in experiential exercises, throughout the workshop. No Role Plays are used – all exercises are real and private.

Compassion Focused Therapy

Based on the work of Prof Paul Gilbert (OBE) this interactive introductory workshop aims to help you learn more about CFT and understand more about our tricky brains and ways to manage them.

PMVA Training Course

to 17 Mar 2020

2 Day PMVA Training Course

Section 12 Refresher

Presented by the Andrew Sims Centre’s established Mental Health Law multi-professional training team.

Essentials: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME - The Past, The Present, The Future

CFS/ME is a condition which harbours more opinions than facts. Misunderstandings about the condition continue to prevent patients from being able to access appropriate care. The NICE guidelines of 2007 are in the process of being revised. Research is leading to advancements in our understanding of the mechanisms which underlay the symptoms of CFS/ME and may also give clues to the causes of fatigue in other conditions

Autism Diagnostic Interview, Revised (ADI-R)

to 01 Apr 2020

This three-day course will train you in the use of the Autism Diagnostic Interview (ADI-R).

Essentials: Spirituality in Mental Health

Spirituality is now recognised as an important issue in psychiatry, albeit with continuing debate around the issues that it raises for good practice. Increasing numbers of research papers show that is is generally a positive factor, protecting against morbidity, and promoting recovery.