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Training. For changing lives




March 2014  


The Topic of Cancer: The Journey of a Young Adult and his Family through Uncharted and Unwelcome Territory (Lecture)
In this fourth annual Alexis Brooke memorial lecture, the speakers will present their work supporting a young adult and his parents through treatment for a rare cancer.


Smiles and Kisses: Repairing mother-infant breaches and risks for serious child abuse and neglect (CPD109)
This is the first of a series of evening seminars on child maltreatment issues, being delivered by Patricia Crittenden, at the Tavistock Clinic.


Meaning and Mindedness: Encounters Between Philosophy and Psychoanalysis (CPD15)
This series will provide an opportunity to explore the common ground between psychoanalysis and philosophy. This month’s Seminar will be: Altruism. 


Working with Difficult Patients: Psychoanalytic Understanding Applied to Working in Psychiatric and Forensic Settings (CPD38)
These 1 day courses will offer a model for thinking about serious and enduring mental health problems in mental health and forensic settings.


Families and Beyond: An Introduction to Systemic Thinking (e-CPD94)
This 11 week online course is for those who would like to find out more about systemic thinking and practice, whether for career purposes or out of general interest.


Advanced Training for SENCOs (CPD45)
This is an 6 Day Advanced CPD Course for SENCO’s (Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator).


Groups and Gangs (Conference)
Participants are invited to hear presentations on the creative and destructive forces in groups, and to join workshops where their own interests, experiences and techniques of group work can be discussed.


Bigger on the Inside: An exploration of the emotional depths of the Doctor Who television series (Lecture)
A Tavistock Clinic Foundation event, echoing the insights into the nature of the human mind shared by writers and artists of DR Who, and by psychoanalysts from Freud onwards.


Is There a Need for Cultural Competence in Order to Achieve the Aims of the Offender Personality Disorder Strategy? (Thinking Space)
A thinking space exploring  and debating the over-representation of Black and Minority Ethnic people within the prison and probation population.


April 2014                           

This 1 day workshop is for leaders in schools and education settings.

This course is practically and theoretically grounded in leadership and management skills.

Meaning and Mindedness: Encounters Between Philosophy and Psychoanalysis (CPD15)
This series will provide an opportunity to explore the common ground between psychoanalysis and philosophy. This month’s seminar will be: War and Violence.

A 10 week course offering the opportunity to reflect on good practice examples of work developed over recent years by mental health practitioners.

Observation and Transformation: How does Experience Inform our Creativity? (Conference)
This unique 1 day conference uses psychoanalytic observation and concepts as the framework for thinking about aspects of culture and society.

Inter-agency Working: Exploring Complex Realities (Group Relations Conference)
A 3 day group relations conference, exploring complexities in caring for the emotional and psychological well-being of children, young people and their families.

Understanding Development – Adolescence (e-CPD101)
This 11 week online, awareness self-study course is aimed at those with a specialist interest in adolescence. 

Workshop Series on Contemporary Approaches in Child and Adolescent Psychoanalysis (Workshop, Institut de Psychologie)
This unique 1 day conference uses psychoanalytic observation and concepts as the framework for thinking about aspects of culture and society.

May  2014   

                

Working with Couples (CPD66)
This course is for mental health professionals interested either in working with couples or keeping the couple in mind in individual and family work.

Families and Beyond: An Introduction to Systemic Thinking (CPD94)
In this short course you will learn new ways of thinking about and negotiating personal and work relationships as well as many other applications of systemic ideas.

Relating to Self-harm and Suicide in Adolescents and Young Adults (CPD29)
This ten-week course will focus on how to understand self-harm and suicidal behaviour in adolescence and early adulthood.

This multi-disciplinary event explores the meaning, communicative function and impact of self-harm in young people.

Meaning and Mindedness: Encounters Between Philosophy and Psychoanalysis (CPD15)
This series will provide an opportunity to explore the common ground between psychoanalysis and philosophy. This month’s Seminar will be: Selfhood and Second Person.

June 2014

Safeguarding Children: Level 3 Training (CPD52)
This course is suitable for health, education and social care practitioners requiring Level 3 (Groups 3-4) training.

Special Needs and Well-Being: Developing Reflective Practice (Conference)
This one day conference aims to create time and space for delegates to reflect on the experience of working in the field of Special Education Needs.

A Stranger in My Own Body: A conference on gender dysphoria in children (Conference)
The event is in honour of Dr Domenico Di Ceglie who established the UK’s only service for children and adolescents with gender dysphoria ‐ the Gender Identity Development Service (GIDS).

Meaning and Mindedness: Encounters Between Philosophy and Psychoanalysis (CPD15)
This series will provide an opportunity to explore the common ground between psychoanalysis and philosophy. This month’s seminar will be: Analytic and Other Relationships.

July 2014                      

This is a 5 day workshop for qualified counselling and clinical psychologists and for counselling and clinical psychologists in their final year of training.

This conference explores the longstanding gap between good intention and reality for care leavers, not only in policy, but also at the level of service delivery and of practice between workers and care leavers.

The Use of the Storytelling Projective Techniques in Child and Adolescent Psychological Assessment (CPD88)
This course for psychologists will introduce three major techniques and their application to clinical and educational practice.

September 2014                     

Understanding Couples (CPD55)
This half day workshop is designed for counsellors and psychotherapists who work with couples.


Understanding the Emotional Needs of Care Leavers (CPD2)
This course is designed to provide a theoretical understanding of the psychological challenges facing care leavers as well as an opportunity to reflect on and develop professional practice with this group of young people.


Working with Families with Physical Illness (CPD57)
This course aims to enable professionals to reflect on the psychosocial aspects of their work with illness and disability using a systemic framework, thinking about families as a resource and a context for change.


Developing a Diverse Child and Adolescent Workforce: An Introductory Course (CPD64)
NHS London is offering free places on a 10 week training course for unqualified support staff working with children, young people and their families.


November 2014 


Attachment and Psychopathology (Conference)
This 3-day course focuses on the development, prevention and treatment of psychological disorder.


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These are lively, informal events, where prospective students can come and meet our tutors and staff at the Trust, find out more about our courses and discuss their training needs.

Date: Thursday 15th May 2014  

Time: 5.00 – 8.00 pm

Location: The Tavistock Centre. 

CAMHS Mental Health Capacity Building for Universal services
This is an innovative programme for all who work with children to better support those with mental health issues. 

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