Here you can view the recording of any of our live events. Simply select the event you’d like to see, and the process will start. If you have already purchased the event (for example when it was broadcast live), then the event will play automatically. If you haven’t, you can purchase entry right on the logon page – once done you will proceed to the event immediately.
We log attendance, meaning your viewing of any of these courses will entitle you to a CPD certificate of attendance. Once complete, contact us, and we will organise your certificate for you. Easy!
Why you need to know about dissociation if you’re working with TRAUMA and PTSD
Duration – 2 hours. Originally broadcast on 13 June 2019
Post-traumatic responses can involve fight or flight (PTSD) or shutting down (dissociation). This webinar is about the fight or flight reactions: flashbacks, nightmares, anger, avoidance and arousal. Many of our clients have suffered trauma, and it is vital to address the effects of this. Timing is everything, and knowing which techniques to use.
PTSD – Fight or Flight – Get it Right!
Duration – 2 hours. Originally broadcast on 6 June 2019
Post-traumatic responses can involve fight or flight (PTSD) or shutting down (dissociation). This webinar is about the shutting down reactions: spacing out, freezing in terror, amnesia, out of body experiences, and personality problems. This often happens when the person has been helpless and unable to escape, when fight or flight doesn’t work.
The How and Why of Mindfulness
Duration – 2 hours. Originally broadcast on 9 May 2019
DBT has an extensive repertoire of mindfulness skills which are directly taught to clients and also fundamental to the practice of DBT. These skills and the ‘mindful practitioner’ stance are not confined to DBT, however. You can use them in your own practice to enhance the power of mindfulness work to maximum effect.
Guiding The Client on a Mindfulness Journey Webinar
Duration – 2 hours. Originally broadcast on 2 May 2019
The use of mindfulness in therapy is well established. But many therapists struggle to introduce mindfulness to clients in a way that makes sense and to embed it meaningfully in the therapy. This webinar explores introducing mindfulness and then managing the client’s experience and use of mindfulness to maximum effect.