An Introduction to My Workshops
It is with pleasure that I bring to you my workshops, which are available periodically throughout the year.
Help Yourself and Others using Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Tools and Techniques
CBT offers a range of accessible tools that we can learn to support ourselves and others every day. Discover how these techniques can help you; or how you can work with your clients to cope better with a range of situations.
The following workshops are available within this range:
A workshop for students. How can you help yourself think and react differently, and feel better to help you cope with a range of issues, such as stress, anxiety, confidence issues, procrastination, home sickness etc.
Help you / help your clients help themselves. This workshop would benefit a range of groups and professionals, such as social or care workers, doctors, teachers, nurses, etc. Or to help yourself in your everyday life, whatever you do!
For counsellors. Learn the underlying theory. How might you integrate CBT into your professional practice?
Understanding And Working With Suicidal People
In some professions, it is sometimes necessary to work with clients who are suicidal, which can easily leave us feeling overwhelmed or anxious. Having a better understanding of underlying issues, and how we might approach this difficult area of our work, can assist us to feel less powerless and more able to help our clients or patients.
The workshop includes enabling a better understanding of suicidal thoughts, behaviour and intent; assessing risks; interacting with our client; how might we support ourselves as workers and any Safeguarding considerations. It also addresses some of the ethical considerations related to this very complex area of work.
My workshops are hosted in Glasgow City Centre - they are easily accessible to both Queen Street and Central Station.
I also offer the opportunity to travel to your own location for group bookings.
Feedback From Previous Participants
I have delivered my workshops to a variety of groups, including community outreach workers and counselling professionals.
Click here for feedback from the very first workshop I presented back in 2013 - 'Utilising Cognitive Behaviour Therapy in Everyday Practice'
Click here for a range of comments from 'Working with Suicidal People'
Please contact me by e-mail if you are interested in booking a workshop, or to find out more. Each workshop can be adapted to meet the unique needs of your own organisation.
Cost of each 1-day workshop
Each participant pays £105, which includes a fully bound handbook that follows the work of the day. It can be used independently as a book or learning resource in its own right.
15% reduction for bookings of 10 or more