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Lectures

AN INTRODUCTION TO CBT TECHNIQUES WITH CHILDREN AND TEENAGERS **special offer 25% discount**

Course Cost:
£123.00
When:
December 01, 2018 10:00 am until December 01, 2018 5:00 pm
Where:

CCMH, 2-18 Britannia Row, London N1 8PA, UK

Category:
Conferences

AN INTRODUCTION TO CBT TECHNIQUES WITH CHILDREN AND TEENAGERS  **special offer 25% discount**

**BOOK NOW: SPECIAL OFFER – 25% discount**
Book before end of November for special price of £123 (instead of £165).

(Lunch is not included on this day)


About the conference

This training day will cover the foundation of what cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) is. It will also provide insight into CBT skills and competencies and why they are so helpful in supporting children and teenagers with their thoughts, feelings and behaviour. Research suggests that CBT with children is a very effective for helping with emotional issues and encourages self-esteem, resilience and well-being. NICE guidelines and the Department of Health and Education suggest that while CBT is an important evidence-based intervention, there is currently a lack of CBT training courses for professionals working with children.

Benefits from attending

  • Develop an understanding of this fascinating cognitive intervention and its application in relation to children and families
  • Hear about the evidence base for CBT with children
  • Explore CBT skills and techniques and their application to specific issues including: depression, self harm anxiety issues, behavioural difficulties, anger and post traumatic stress
  • Understand how CBT model can you used with creative arts- puppets, art, and other materials linked in with the cognitive model and the theory
  • Understand how CBT can be used in a variety of different child/family/school settings

 Trainer: Dr Carlotta Raby

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Dr Carlotta Raby is founder of Luna Children’s Charity and has worked with children and young people for over fifteen years in a variety of settings. Carlotta has trained in psychology, integrative arts psychotherapy, bio-psycho-social psychotherapy, and international human rights law. She specialised in psychotraumatology and the treatment of PTSD in children, and designed the Children’s Accelerated Trauma Technique (CATT). She has worked for the NHS, voluntary sector and privately, as well as internationally. She currently works as a clinical psychologist in an adolescent inpatient setting, and also as a practice tutor on the CYP IAPT programme at the IoPPN.

 

Venue

CCMH, 2-18 Britannia Row, London N1 8PA, UK