Learn to work more purposefully with people with mental health disorders
Working with Mental Health Conditions
The price of this course is £110.
Who is this course for?
This course is designed to develop confidence and enhance practice; allowing people to update their knowledge and helping them to work more purposefully with people with mental health disorders.
Outcomes for attendees
- To explore mental health disorders and how they can affect the individual and the family
- To understand ways in which statutory services are established both historically and to the present day
- To gain some insights of how diagnostic categories are determined
- To consider the impact on family members when a member has a mental disorder
- To understand the nature and progress of common mental health disorders
Emeritus Professor Tony Butterworth CBE
Tony has worked in the University, NHS and charity Sector for more than fifty years. He is presently a Trustee of the Counselling & Family Centre in Altrincham, and the Burdett Trust in London. He has undertaken significant research and teaching work with health care professionals helping to lead and develop models of clinical supervision. His work with people with schizophrenia helped to create one of the first psychosocial intervention programmes in the UK.
Dates, times, venue and CPD
Dates: Wednesday 23 June 2021
Time: 9:30am to 4.00pm
Venue: Face-to-face at The Counselling & Family Centre, 40 Mayors Road, Altrincham, WA15 9RP
CPD: 6.5 hours
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