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In this lecture, psychotherapist and trainer Marion Elkin-Greener – who specialises in working with addictions – talks about: what addiction is defining and understanding addictive behaviour defining the issues regarding physical versus psychological addiction diagnosing substance dependency distinguishing between substance abuse and dependency how addiction or dependency is treated alcohol …Read More
In this lecture, Chloë Swinton – integrative counsellor, trainer and founder of Ambiguous Loss UK – aims to help you understand the term ‘ambiguous loss’ and how to support clients. After watching the lecture, you will be able to: describe the term and types of ambiguous loss analyse and understand …Read More
In this lecture, counsellor and trainer Chloe Foster aims to support you to: understand what LGBTQ inclusion is increase awareness of why LGBTQ inclusion matters learn practical steps to make your counselling work more LGBTQ inclusive. The lecture comprises three key parts, covering a range of interesting information, exercises and …Read More
In this lecture, counsellor and trainer Emma Chapman aims to help you understand what is required to pass academic writing assignments in counselling training. After listening to her presentation, you will be able to: identify what an assignment is asking you to do understand how to structure and plan an …Read More
In this lecture, psychotherapist Amy Launder aims to help you become aware of moral injury, and how to work with this situation therapeutically. You will learn: to understand what moral injury is to explore what might cause moral injury to identify the impacts of moral injury to explore how we …Read More
In this lecture, psychotherapist Mamood Ahmad aims to help you understand why core competence in race, culture and antidiscrimination matters so you can situate your learning. After listening to the lecture, you will be able to: explain why race and culture core competence is vital recognise the possible consequences of …Read More
In this lecture, counsellor Daniel Winstanley aims to help you consider how to talk respectfully with clients about gender and sexuality. His objectives are: to describe the challenges that therapists experience talking about gender and sexuality with clients to recognise the importance of appropriate language, particularly to LGBTQ+ and GSRD …Read More
In this lecture, you will learn from counsellor and trainer Emma Chapman what a timeline is, why you might choose to use one, and the benefits of doing so in a therapeutic setting. By the end of the lecture, you can expect to be able to: describe what a timeline …Read More
This lecture offers you the opportunity to learn about working with goals in therapy from Mick Cooper, Professor of Counselling Psychology at the University of Roehampton. Mick introduces the topic by looking at what goals are and why they matter. He draws on research evidence to show the wide range …Read More
In this lecture, you will learn from BACP-accredited counsellor and trainer Josephine Hughes how to understand procrastination both in yourself and in your clients so that you and they can move forward in life. After attending this lecture, you will be able to: identify specific goals in order to help …Read More