Evidence Based Approaches to PTSD: Trauma-focused CBT with Daniel Mirea MSc, BABCP

Saturday 25th November 2017

Danubius Hotel-Regents Park – 10am to 6pm

This workshop is brought to you by UKCHH a leading organisation in evidence-based approaches. daniel with clientTraining will therefore cover in detail evidence- based and NICE recommended approaches including cognitive-behavioural models for the treatment of PTSD such as the Ehlers and Clark’s Cognitive Model (2000), David Barlow (2002) as well memory processing techniques such as Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) by Francine Shapiro.

In addition we will be looking at how to integrate hypnosis and hypnotherapy into these treatment approaches.

Trauma is rapidly becoming one of the most critical mental health problems in UK and possibly around the world. The symptoms can be crippling and their devastation reaches beyond the traumatized individual to families and communities at large. Therapists must be able to treat the person not just the disorder using a range of tailor-made strategies that include clinical, relational, humanistic and systemic skills and interventions.

PTSD or Post-traumatic stress disorder is a severe anxiety disorder that can develop after exposure to any event that results in psychological trauma. Diagnostic symptoms for PTSD include re-experiencing the original trauma  through flashbacks or nightmares, avoidance of stimuli associated with the trauma, and increased arousal – such as difficulty falling or staying asleep, anger, and hypervigilance.

The workshop is focused on how to facilitate and deliver trauma-focused CBT and draws on the clinical models of Ehlers and Clark, David Barlow, Aaron T Beck as well as Francine Shapiro.

The workshop will offer participants a firm foundation in the psychopathology of trauma. An in-depth understanding of different types of trauma through the exploration of the current diagnostic criteria as well as relevant case studies. Contemporary theories of CBT for PTSD, including the Ehlers & Clark (2000) model and the role of memory processing in the maintenance of PTSD will be discussed. David Barlow’s behavioural approach will be introduced. Assessment, formulation and treatment procedures will be covered. Teaching will include presentation, interactive discussion, practical exercises, role play and discussion of video/audio case material.

Exposure, Cognitive processing and Reliving remain the gold standards in the treatment of PTSD, supported by substantial evidence base. Trainees will learn how to use  these techniques in a sensitive manner that respects the relationship between patient and therapist and responds appropriately to the complexities of PTSD in a creative, ethical and effective manner.  Teaching will include presentation, interactive discussion, practical exercises, role play and discussion of video/ audio case material.

By the end of the day trainees should be able to assess and conceptualise a case of PTSD; be able to deliver various therapeutic interventions such as cognitive restructuring, relieving, updating traumatic memories, implementing exposure and other behavioural experiments as well as confidently design a relapse prevention plan.

 

About Daniel Mirea

Daniel Mirea is a senior psychotherapist and lecturer  who trained in all aspects of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (including Mindfulness, Hypno-CBT and EMDR) with a career of more than 25 years in the mental health field. He is an accredited practitioner with both BABCP and UKCP, a fellow alumnus of King’s College and a senior associate at The Royal Medical Society. He is a director of a private mental heath services provider and also manages his own private practice; Daniel is an experienced consultant clinical supervisor within the South-East London trust and a CBT course leader with NSPC – Midddlesex University and Regents University. He has a particular interest in integrating hypnosis with CBT in the context of trans-diagnostic approaches.
Read more about Daniel here.

We’ve arranged for Daniel to offer a series of workshops in 2016 which build upon the basic knowledge of CBT that is acquired during our Diploma training course.

 

Date: Saturday 25th November 2017
Time: 10am to 6:00pm
Location: The Danubius Hotel, St John’s Wood (Regents Park), London

Fees: £145


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Terms & Conditions

Course Cancellations:
All cancellations must be received in writing.
Deposits (or deposit equivalent fees) are non-refundable. Payment in full includes a deposit equivalent fee of £175 for single courses and £390 for the diploma.

The following cancellation fees apply to course cancellation, received in writing:
– Less than seven days before the course starts: full payment of the course is due. No refund is given for fees paid.
– Seven to 14 days before the course starts: 50% of the course fees will be due.
– More than 14 days before the course starts: full refund (less the non-refundable deposit) will be made.

Workshop fees are non-refundable and non-transferable.

If the course is cancelled by the College, we will refund all fees paid but will not be liable for any additional or related costs incurred by students.

Non-attendance of a course or workshop is considered as a cancellation with no notice and hence full course fees are due and no refund given.

Acceptance onto the course and ongoing attendance of each stage of the course is at the discretion of the College.

Course Transfer Fees:
Once your deposit is made you are registered with your chosen dates for each stage. Each course date can be transferred to a future date with a fee of £175 per course with notice more than 14 days before the course commends and a fee of £300 per course with less than 14 days notice.

Our Course Satisfaction Guarantee:
If you decide at any point during the first 48 hours that the course is not suitable for you, then we will refund the full amount paid for the course less £200 (£175 deposit plus a small administrative fee).

Student responsibility:
Students are responsible for notifying us of any mental or physical health problems that might affect their ability to participate on the course. This course may not be suitable for people with a history of psychotic disorders or other psychiatric conditions.