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Advanced Clinical Training: Borderline and Narcissistic Traits
Sat 24 June 2017, 10:00 – 16:30 BST
Advanced theory: Borderline and Narcissistic Traits
Date and Trainer
Saturday 24th June 2017: 10.00am to 4.30pm. Cost per ticket is £75. The trainer for this course is Andy Williams.
Models of personality structure and child development. Skills based work and DBT. DSM-V diagnostic criteria. Personality disorder and critique. Clinical methodology.
More about Advanced Clinical Training Days
The TA Training Organisation is able to offer the opportunity to join the Year 4 Theory Group in single days of Advanced Clinical Theory. Attendees will spend a day (or days) considering advanced counselling and psychotherapy theory. Participants will be invited to feel at home, relax and participate fully in engaging discussions and thinking around a theory topic.
“It’s great to be able to spend a day in the comfort of the The Horsforth Centre and engage with like-minded therapy colleagues, thinking about advanced topics”
Who can attend?
Qualified counsellors who have completed a Diploma qualification
Practitioners who have two years of clinical experience
Experienced counsellors, experienced psychotherapists, clinical psychologist advanced trainees and qualified, mental health professionals, CBT practitioners, EMDR advanced practitioners
Practitioners who are ready to access advanced clinical TA and integrative theory.
There are a range of dates through the year. You are invited to attend just one or more dates. Each day’s attendance costs £75 and can be booked through the TA Training Organisation website (through Eventbrite). See below for more details of dates and topics.
The day starts at 10.00am and finishes at 4.30pm with a one hour lunch break and session breaks. Please be aware that lunch is NOT provided.
Saturday 24th June 2017. 10.00am to 4.30pm
Advanced Theory: Borderline and Narcissistic Traits
Course Content: Models of personality structure and child development. Skills based work and DBT. DSM-V diagnostic criteria. Personality Disorder and Critique. Clinical Methodology.