Child and teenage development psychology workshop
Date & Time:2nd December 2017, 9.30am - 4.30pm
Location:The Old Rectory Clinic
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This full day workshop is being delivered by Dorothea Read and Jade de Snyder who are both clinical hypnotherapists, supervisors and graduates of The Clifton Practice Hypnotherapy Training School in Bristol. These two very popular visiting lecturers regularly deliver talks and workshops throughout the country.
Developmental psychology is concerned with the changes that happen in our minds as we grow up, from babyhood to old age. This is an interactive workshop discussing children and teenagers in a solution-focused approach. The day will focus on a brief look at what developmental psychology is, and also a brief look at research into hypnotherapy and children and teens. It will include a talk on case studies with young clients. A group discussion on techniques and strategies in the therapy room. This CPD workshop explores the theories of the stages of development and how that relates to focusing on a solution.
This is a tailored workshop for a maximum of 24 people in a comfortable and friendly environment running from 9:30am - 4:30pm. The workshop costs £75.00 and includes the following:
- All accompanying training notes.
- Certificate of attendance - this event counts as seven hours of CPD.
- A delicious locally sourced buffet lunch.
- Refreshments mid-morning and afternoon.
- Free parking.
About the host
Caroline Huish is a full time clinical hypnotherapist and an NCH and AfSFH accredited supervisor. Caroline is also the owner of The Old Rectory Clinic; a multi-disciplinary complementary healthcare clinic serving the community of South Gloucestershire and North Bristol. www.carolinehuish.co.uk
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