18 training courses found
This course is designed for health, education and social care practitioners requiring Level 3 (Groups 3-4) training and is modelled on the core competencies as outlined in the 'Safeguarding Children and Young People: Roles and Competencies for Health Care Staff': Intercollegiate Document 2014, 3rd Ed; Working Together to Safeguard Children, 2015; the London Child Protection Procedures 2015 and the NICE Clinical Guidance 2009: 'When to Suspect Child Maltreatment'.
If you are looking to develop your coaching career or improve your effectiveness as an internal coach to colleagues inside your organisation, you may want to consider Tavistock Consulting's Executive Coaching programme. Accredited by the European Mentoring and Coaching Council to senior practitioner level, the course is rooted in a systems psychodynamic approach to organisations and is practice based.
This course is the most comprehensive adult training, as well as being the most advanced psychoanalytic psychotherapy training in the UK for people working in the public sector. It offers a unique combination of intensive analytic teaching and practice alongside training in the application of psychoanalytic ideas to a variety of client groups, both in mental health and general medicine.
The course provides students with a well-developed understanding of systemic theory and practice. Students develop practice skills which can be applied to their own contexts and learn to reflect upon the personal and professional dimension of their work.
This course will introduce a particular approach to conducting Brief Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy(BPT). We pay special attention to the principles and practice of working in the transference within the framework of a 16 session individual treatment.
Forensic psychodynamic psychotherapy is a qualifying course in forensic psychodynamic psychotherapy delivered within the NHS. Accredited by the British Psychoanalytic Council (BPC), it equips its graduates to work as independent practitioners.
This course is accredited by the British Psychoanalytic Council (BPC). Your training will take place within the NHS, preparing you for independent practice as a psychodynamic psychotherapist with couples.
This innovative, multidisciplinary programme has been designed for all professionals working with adolescents, young people and adults, across all sectors. This bi-model course holds development throughout the lifespan at its core and is informed by both psychodynamic and systemic theory-based practice models.
This is a qualifying course in psychodynamic psychotherapy accredited by the British Psychoanalytic Council (BPC). It is delivered within the NHS and equips graduates to work in statutory and non-statutory settings and as independent practitioners.
A professional training in consulting to organisations from a ‘Tavistock’ systems-psychodynamic perspective. This course is for organisational consultants and managers who wish to acquire a thorough grounding in a systems-psychodynamic methodology and develop their practice to an advanced level.
This course is divided into two parts which succeed one another. The first two days are to introduce a particular approach to conducting Brief Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy.
This course is designed for health, education and social care practitioners requiring Level 3 (Groups 3-4) training.
This course will help participants deepen their understanding of the dynamics of working with a forensic population. It will provide you with a unique approach to working within forensic mental health and criminal justice institutions.
This is a five-day workshop for qualified counselling and clinical psychologists and for counselling and clinical psychologists in their final year of training. It aims to provide an introduction to the ideas and concepts involved in psychodynamic psychotherapy.
Understanding and awareness of the principles of The Mental Capacity Act is an essential requirement for all staff involved in the care, treatment and support of people over the age of 16 years who may lack the capacity to make decisions for themselves. The objectives of this one-day introductory course are: • To be aware of practitioners' legal responsibilities under The Mental Capacity Act and the Deprivation of Liberties Safeguards (DoLS) and the implications of these responsibilities to practice.
Effective team work is key for all organisations – whatever they do. The concept of high-performing teams, first described by Tavistock pioneers in the 1950s, focuses on how team members work together.
The Francis report into the failings in Mid Staffordshire NHS Trust and the Cavendish Report into social care, have identified the need for training and support to enable staff working with the older vulnerable adult client group, to foster resilience, reflective practice and compassionate care. This innovative course, informed by psychoanalytic and systemic theory is designed to enable such staff to acquire the knowledge and develop the skills and capabilities to do this.
There has never been a more challenging time to lead change. What makes leading change so difficult? What makes some initiatives start well, only to meet resistance along the way? This course addresses the hidden complexities of leading change.