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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder - understanding OCD and how to best treat it

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This new workshop gives you an in-depth understanding of OCD in all its guises – some therapists don’t spot the rarer forms of OCD – along with practical and effective methods of treatment, illustrated by demonstration videos of therapy sessions and case studies.

You will leave with a solid understanding of the causes and drivers of OCD, the many different forms it takes, and the best ways to tackle it...

What you will gain from attending:

  • New information that will enable you to help OCD sufferers more effectively
  • An understanding of OCD, what it is and how it develops
  • The ability to recognise less familiar types of OCD, which are often missed by both client and therapist
  • Illuminating video clips of OCD sufferers describing their experience
  • An effective 4-step method for treating OCD
  • Understanding of the role of guided imagery in treatment and why it improves success rates
  • Helpful ways parents and educators can prevent signs of OCD in children and teenagers from developing further
  • How to separate a person from their OCD
  • New ways to help people living with OCD overcome their compulsive tendencies
  • Knowledge of how obsessive compulsive disorder fits with other psychological conditions and with autism
  • What to do when OCD symptoms are entrenched
  • The chance to observe effective therapy for OCD and discuss case studies
  • The opportunity to discuss some of your own cases with the tutor
  • How to handle challenging cases successfully
Location London
Category Talking Therapies
Details of Event
Start date 16 Oct 2019
Start time 9:30am
Venue Address Broadway House, Tothill Street, London, SW1H 9NQ
Cost
Amount £192
About
Organiser Human Givens College
Speaker Miriam Chachamu
CPD activity Workshop
CPD hours 6
Website http://www.humangivenscollege.com/courses/OCD-course.html
Description Human Givens College provides effective psychotherapy training and courses about key mental health problem areas for anyone wishing to help improve the lives of individuals and families, or to help organisations and communities thrive.
Name Mark Thomas
Contact No. 01323 811690
Email info@humangivens.com
Regions Greater London

 

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