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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

 

Working with Gang Culture

Mosaic is delighted to announce this new course, offered in partnership with the award-winning SOS Project at St Giles Trust.

The SOS Project works with young offenders across London. It has helped close to 1,000 young people to date to turn their lives around. The project has also trained police, teachers, probation officers and prison staff on working with young people involved in gang activity and more.

Trainers on the course will be former gang members working with the SOS Project. They will speak from experience, but also be able to relate findings from research and academic studies. No glamourising, no nonsense, just a solid practical focus on what is known to work!

Usual course length: 1-2 days

Courses can be tailor-made from the following elements:

  • The structures of gangs and organised criminal networks
  • Why and how people get involved in gangs, and initiation rites
  • The exploitation of girls, and the experience of female gang members
  • Warning signs that young people are becoming involved with gangs
  • Making interventions and examining the appropriateness of participants’ policies and procedures
  • Strategies for helping people exit gangs
  • Accessing specialist support and resources