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Client Intervention Training – Achieving the Best Outcomes

 
Courses can be formed from these main subject areas:
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The Care Act 2014: Implications for Services

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Working with Gang Culture

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Managing Aggressive Behaviour

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Motivational Interviewing

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Motivational Interviewing – Advanced

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Solution-focused Brief Therapy

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Solution-focused Brief Therapy – Advanced

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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

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Safeguarding Adults

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Safeguarding Children

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Lone Working

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Survivors of Sexual Abuse

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Bereavement & Loss

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Professional Boundaries

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Service User Involvement

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Risk Assessment & Management

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Cultural Diversity & Inclusion

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Assessment & Support Planning

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Key Working

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Self-injury

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Debt Counselling

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Managing Stress & Burnout

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Supporting Young People Leaving Care

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Communication Skills

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Working with Adolescents and Young People

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Transactional Analysis for Better Communication

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Counselling Skills

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Building Effective Relationships with Clients

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Adult Disclosure of Childhood Abuse

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Emotional Intelligence

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Resilience Building for Staff

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Understanding Eating Disorders

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Introduction to Mindfulness

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Mindfulness Level 2

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Promoting Digital Inclusion

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Client Involvement & Empowerment

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Dealing with Complaints Positively

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Dialectical Behavioural Therapy

 

Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT)

Usual course length: 2 days

Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT) was developed by U.S. Psychologist Marsha Linehan. It is a type of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy with a difference, in that it has at its core two essential principles of acceptance and change, and it was developed to help people with borderline personality disorder and associated problems of self -harm and suicide. It emphasises the collaborative nature of the relationship between helper and client and it focuses on helping the client or service user to develop a number of practical self-help and coping skills.

Courses can be tailor-made from the following elements:

  • Describing what dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT) is and how it can help clients with a range of personality and other problems;
  • Understanding the what and how of DBT coping skills: gaining control; learning to regulate emotions; coping with distress; and improving interpersonal relationships;
  • Learning how to incorporate DBT techniques into their direct and day to day work with service users;
  • Knowing how to teach and rehearse DBT techniques to service users through self-experience and co-coaching with course participants; and
  • Being more confident in using a variety of DBT skills and tools in their work with service users.