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The City Hub

9-11 Peckover Street

Bradford

BD1 5BD

United Kingdom

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Shame Awareness: Connection with self critical thinking, and impact on communication

Friday 5th July 9am to 1pm

4 hour workshop

Name of Training:

Shame awareness: change the voices in your head

Summary of Training:

Shame is a complex emotion that can often be an obstacle within assessment and treatment of clients with mental health difficulties. It is often complicated by a combination of different emotions and needs to be fully understood to effectively communicate with our client’s in a way which is going to be effective. This training will unpick the emotion of shame, understand its connection with self critical thinking, it will provide ideas on how to approach clients who are shameful to aid effective communication. The teaching will include a slide presentation, individual experiential exercises. It will link theory to practice, and will include small group discussions. A combined approach of theory and practice will be used.

Aim of Training:

The aim of the training is to increase awareness around the emotion of shame, how this is connected to self critical thinking, understanding the difference between shame and guilt. It will explore how the emotion can impact communication for anyone working with clients with mental health difficulties. The training will aim to get attendee’s considering this emotion in their day to day work, and to reflect upon how clients who experience shame may respond to questioning techniques used in every day practice. It will use a problem solving approach to support adapting practice to support understanding how clients are experiencing this emotion and aid engagement.

Target Audience:

Any professional working with clients with mental health difficulties, for example Nurses (mental health or general), ambulance staff, police, occupational therapists, social care staff, support workers, health visitors, midwifes, school nurses.

Voluntary sector organisations support staff working with clients with mental health difficulties.

Therapists who want to understand more about the emotion of shame.

Method of Delivery of Training:

The training will use various different methods of delivery, this will include experiential exercises, slides, small group discussions. Theory will be linked to the trainers experience in practice throughout. Opportunity will be provided for attendee’s to consider how the information could be used in their own practice.

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What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

The venue is easily accessible, only an 8-10 minute walk from the Bradford Foster Square Train Station or Bradford Interchange. There are some smaller local car parks around the venue which vary in price from £2.50 per day to £5 per day. The Broadway Shopping centre car park is within walking distance from the venue and has a large car park which is £5 per day.

Broadway Shopping Centre, Hall Ings,

Bradford

BD1 1JR

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

Yes please

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends?

Yes this is fine, but please let the organiser know


Is there a discount if i want to buy more than one ticket?

Yes, we can offer 3 tickets at £90. Can you email Vaz Shabir on vasim.shabir@bdct.nhs.uk

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The City Hub

9-11 Peckover Street

Bradford

BD1 5BD

United Kingdom

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Refund Policy

Refunds up to 7 days before event

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