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Identifying & Managing Risk In Therapeutic Practice 31/3/24, 7/4/24 & 14/4/24
Join us for a comprehensive three-day virtual training on risk management, delivered by Robert Fulton, a BABCP and COSCA accredited psychotherapist. In 6 years of practice has supported people to reduce risk as they journey through their healing process. Robert has extensively researched BABCP guidance and looks forward to taking you through best practice in this training
Over the course of this interactive Zoom event, participants will delve into essential topics aligned with BABCP requirements, ensuring a deep understanding of risk and safeguarding principles.
Day 1 – will focus on understanding self-risk factors, including self-harm, self-neglect, suicide, and effective suicide prevention strategies, while also addressing safety planning protocols.
Day 2 – participants will explore risks associated with others, examining historical risk factors, conducting risk assessments, and devising safety plans to mitigate potential harm.
Day 3 – delves into risk issues specific to vulnerable individuals, including children, and explores concepts of capacity and vulnerability. Participants will learn to navigate complex risk scenarios and develop tailored safety plans.
This course will be delivered from 9:30am – 4:30pm on three consecutive Sunday’s : 31st March, 7 & 14th April. This event is 18 hours of CPD (9 Hours Theory & 9 Hours Skills)
Don’t miss this opportunity to enhance your expertise in risk management alongside a seasoned professional. Reserve your spot today and elevate your practice to the highest standards of excellence.
COSCA Counselling Skills Certificate April 2024 (1 academic year)
The Counselling Skills Certificate course will be the first step for any prospective therapist on their journey to becoming a fully-fledged therapist. This course is also a must have for any individual who is or aims to work in a helping role with others. For example, a healthcare assistant, support worker, nursing or psychology student.