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Recruitment & Professional Development Open Day for IAPT Accredited Training

News and presentations from the Recruitment & Professional Development Open Day for IAPT Accredited Training

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Why Should Psychoanalysts Care about Evidence-Based Medicine?
Barbara Milrod, M.D. Professor of Psychiatry Weill Cornell Medical College

Expansion of the sector through integration
Neelan Dosanjh, Head, East London Mental Health Foundation Trust - Newham Primary Care Psychological Therapies

Person-Centred and Experiential Therapies for Depression and Anxiety
Dr Ladislav Timulak, Course Director, PhD in Counselling Psychiatry, Trinity College Dublin

From IAPT to IQPT
Jeremy Clark CBE, Chair, New Savoy Conference

Dynamic Therapies for Anxiety Disorders
Jeremy Clark CBE, Chair, New Savoy Conference

Treating Anxiety with Couple Therapy
Dr David Hewison, Head of Research and Course Director for Couples Therapy for Depressions, Tavistock Centre for Couples Relationships

Breakout Sessions

Stream 1.3 - Counselling - Counselling for Depression/Person Centred Experiential
Counselling for Depression  Competence Based Person-Centred Experiential Therapy  (CfD) - Peter Pearce

Person-Centred and Experiential Therapies for Depression and Anxiety - Dr Ladislav Timulak

Stream 1.4 - Interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT)
Dr Roslyn Law, Chair, IPTUK, National Clinical Lead for IPT & IPT-A in IAPT

Opportunities to work in a range of IAPT-accredited therapies
Kevin Jarman, Director, IAPT Programme, NHS England, Matthew Dance, Project Manager, for the Workforce, IAPT, NHS England and Neil Ralph, Workforce Development Lead for Mental Health, Health Education North Central & East London

 

 

 


13 February 2015

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