Training, Workshops and CPD Workshop: Introduction to Compassion Focussed Therapy (CFT) for Perinatal Distress Anxiety and depression are common experiences in the perinatal period. These can often be accompanied by high levels of shame and self criticism which can lead to feelings of disconnection at a time when support is often crucial. For some clients, trying to think or behave differently does little to help them feel safe, reassured or content. CFT seeks to build inner capacities for self soothing and self acceptance as well as building safe connections with others. The objective of this workshop is to provide an introduction to using CFT for perinatal distress and to increase knowledge and skills in formulating and delivering CFT interventions for parents experiencing depression and anxiety in the perinatal period. Moreover there will be an emphasis on working with shame and self criticism with this population. The workshop will include practical experience of some of the compassionate mind training exercises.  All participants completing the workshop will receive a Certificate of Attendance. Learning Objectives Understanding of CFT theory in the context of perinatal distress Application of the three circle model of emotions to perinatal distress Understanding of evolution as well as past experiences in the context of childbearing and new parenthood. Assessment and formulation of perinatal distress using a CFT framework Using soothing breathing rhythm and compassionate imagery practices with perinatal clients Using the multiple selves exercise and working with shame and the inner critic Target Audience The workshop is aimed at mental health practitioners who are working with parents experiencing postnatal depression, anxiety, and bonding difficulties. The workshop will briefly cover the fundamental principles of Compassion Focused Therapy. To benefit the most from this workshop practitioners should have an introductory level understanding of CFT. Course Dates: 25th September 2019 - 9.30am – 4pm Venue                TBC in London SE21 Fees         Early Bird (until 31st May) £120                  Full rate (after 31st May)   £135 Workshop Leader Dr Christine Langhoff is a clinical psychologist and director of Circle Psychology Partners. She is a member of the DCP Faculty of Perinatal Psychology and has a special interest in working with clients in the perinatal period. She is passionate about the applications of CFT in working with this client group. She has advanced level training in CFT and has attended numerous CPD courses for CFT therapists including with Prof Paul Gilbert and Dr Michelle Cree. She sees clients in her private practice in Dulwich and provides CFT, ACT and CBT supervision to clinical and counselling psychologists. All participants completing the workshop will receive a Certificate of Attendance for their Continuing Professional Development portfolio.  - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Workshop: Enhanced Compassion Focussed Therapy (CFT) for Perinatal Distress The objective of this workshop is to deepen the knowledge and skills of clinicians who already have some training and experience in delivering CFT interventions for parents in the perinatal period. It aims to enhance skills in harnessing the therapeutic relationship and the application of CFT in working with threat based emotions such as anger, anxiety and sadness in the therapeutic space. There will be an emphasis on honing CFT skills such as compassionate imagery, the multiple self exercise, letter writing and chair exercises. In addition, the application of CFT to birth trauma and fertility difficulties, pregnancy and neonatal loss will be discussed. The workshop will include practical experience of some of the compassionate mind training exercises. All participants completing the workshop will receive a Certificate of Attendance. Learning Objectives Assessment and formulation of perinatal distress using a CFT framework Working with anger, anxiety and sadness in the perinatal period Working with compassionate imagery in the perinatal period Using in session out of session CFT exercises in the perinatal period: multiple selves, letter writing and chair work Using CFT to formulate and work with birth trauma Using CFT to formulate and work with fertility problems and perinatal loss Target Audience The workshop is aimed at clinical and counselling psychologists who already have some training and experience in delivering CFT interventions either with perinatal or other populations. You should ideally have completed an introductory training course in CFT. Course Dates: 16th October 2019 - 9.30am – 4pm Venue: TBC in London SE21 Fees: Early Bird (until 31st May) £120 Full rate (after 31st May)   £135 Workshop Leader Dr Christine Langhoff is a clinical psychologist and director of Circle Psychology Partners. She is a member of the DCP Faculty of Perinatal Psychology and has a special interest in working with clients in the perinatal period. She is passionate about the applications of CFT in working with this client group. She has advanced level training in CFT and has attended numerous CPD courses for CFT therapists including with Prof Paul Gilbert and Dr Michelle Cree. She sees clients in her private practice in Dulwich and provides CFT, ACT and CBT supervision to clinical and counselling psychologists. 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Training, Workshops and CPD The team at Circle Psychology Partners has extensive experience in teaching and training in a variety of different settings. We are able to tailor individual training packages to meet the needs of different organisations, such as Universities and NHS Trusts. Moreover, we regularly deliver workshops for Counsellors, Psychologists, Healthcare Professionals and clients in London. Our training is professional, accessible and engaging with a focus on learning practical skills which can be incorporated into everyday clinical practice of those who attend. We have an interest and expertise in delivering training courses in the following areas: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Setting up in Independent Practice Motivational Interviewing for Healthcare Professionals Using Psychological Interventions in Physical Healthcare Working with Long-Term Conditions Working in Multicultural Settings Perinatal Mental Health for Healthcare Professionals Parenting Workshops Please contact Circle Psychology Partners me to discuss a training commission or find out about upcoming workshops. Coaching Packages and Supervision for setting up in private practice are available with Dr Christine Langhoff.
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Workshop: Introduction to Compassion Focussed Therapy (CFT) for Perinatal Distress Anxiety and depression are common experiences in the perinatal period. These can often be accompanied by high levels of shame and self criticism which can lead to feelings of disconnection at a time when support is often crucial. For some clients, trying to think or behave differently does little to help them feel safe, reassured or content. CFT seeks to build inner capacities for self soothing and self acceptance as well as building safe connections with others. The objective of this workshop is to provide an introduction to using CFT for perinatal distress and to increase knowledge and skills in formulating and delivering CFT interventions for parents experiencing depression and anxiety in the perinatal period. Moreover there will be an emphasis on working with shame and self criticism with this population. The workshop will include practical experience of some of the compassionate mind training exercises.  All participants completing the workshop will receive a Certificate of Attendance. Learning Objectives Understanding of CFT theory in the context of perinatal distress Application of the three circle model of emotions to perinatal distress Understanding of evolution as well as past experiences in the context of childbearing and new parenthood. Assessment and formulation of perinatal distress using a CFT framework Using soothing breathing rhythm and compassionate imagery practices with perinatal clients Using the multiple selves exercise and working with shame and the inner critic Target Audience The workshop is aimed at mental health practitioners who are working with parents experiencing postnatal depression, anxiety, and bonding difficulties. The workshop will briefly cover the fundamental principles of Compassion Focused Therapy. To benefit the most from this workshop practitioners should have an introductory level understanding of CFT. Course Dates: 25th September 2019 - 9.30am – 4pm Venue                TBC in London SE21 Fees         Early Bird (until 31st May) £120                  Full rate (after 31st May)   £135 Workshop Leader Dr Christine Langhoff is a clinical psychologist and director of Circle Psychology Partners. She is a member of the DCP Faculty of Perinatal Psychology and has a special interest in working with clients in the perinatal period. She is passionate about the applications of CFT in working with this client group. She has advanced level training in CFT and has attended numerous CPD courses for CFT therapists including with Prof Paul Gilbert and Dr Michelle Cree. She sees clients in her private practice in Dulwich and provides CFT, ACT and CBT supervision to clinical and counselling psychologists. All participants completing the workshop will receive a Certificate of Attendance for their Continuing Professional Development portfolio.  - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Workshop: Enhanced Compassion Focussed Therapy (CFT) for Perinatal Distress The objective of this workshop is to deepen the knowledge and skills of clinicians who already have some training and experience in delivering CFT interventions for parents in the perinatal period. It aims to enhance skills in harnessing the therapeutic relationship and the application of CFT in working with threat based emotions such as anger, anxiety and sadness in the therapeutic space. There will be an emphasis on honing CFT skills such as compassionate imagery, the multiple self exercise, letter writing and chair exercises. In addition, the application of CFT to birth trauma and fertility difficulties, pregnancy and neonatal loss will be discussed. The workshop will include practical experience of some of the compassionate mind training exercises. All participants completing the workshop will receive a Certificate of Attendance. Learning Objectives Assessment and formulation of perinatal distress using a CFT framework Working with anger, anxiety and sadness in the perinatal period Working with compassionate imagery in the perinatal period Using in session out of session CFT exercises in the perinatal period: multiple selves, letter writing and chair work Using CFT to formulate and work with birth trauma Using CFT to formulate and work with fertility problems and perinatal loss Target Audience The workshop is aimed at clinical and counselling psychologists who already have some training and experience in delivering CFT interventions either with perinatal or other populations. You should ideally have completed an introductory training course in CFT. Course Dates: 16th October 2019 - 9.30am – 4pm Venue: TBC in London SE21 Fees: Early Bird (until 31st May) £120 Full rate (after 31st May)   £135 Workshop Leader Dr Christine Langhoff is a clinical psychologist and director of Circle Psychology Partners. She is a member of the DCP Faculty of Perinatal Psychology and has a special interest in working with clients in the perinatal period. She is passionate about the applications of CFT in working with this client group. She has advanced level training in CFT and has attended numerous CPD courses for CFT therapists including with Prof Paul Gilbert and Dr Michelle Cree. She sees clients in her private practice in Dulwich and provides CFT, ACT and CBT supervision to clinical and counselling psychologists. All participants completing the workshop will receive a Certificate of Attendance for their Continuing Professional Development portfolio. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Training, Workshops and CPD The team at Circle Psychology Partners has extensive experience in teaching and training in a variety of different settings. We are able to tailor individual training packages to meet the needs of different organisations, such as Universities and NHS Trusts. Moreover, we regularly deliver workshops for Counsellors, Psychologists, Healthcare Professionals and clients in London. Our training is professional, accessible and engaging with a focus on learning practical skills which can be incorporated into everyday clinical practice of those who attend. We have an interest and expertise in delivering training courses in the following areas: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Setting up in Independent Practice Motivational Interviewing for Healthcare Professionals Using Psychological Interventions in Physical Healthcare Working with Long-Term Conditions Working in Multicultural Settings Perinatal Mental Health for Healthcare Professionals Parenting Workshops Please contact Circle Psychology Partners me to discuss a training commission or find out about upcoming workshops. Coaching Packages and Supervision for setting up in private practice are available with Dr Christine Langhoff.
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