Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) - a practical workshop with Nick Cooke
Date & Time:30th September 2017, 10am - 5pm
Cost:£120 for NCH & APHP members (non-members £150)
Location:London Hypnotherapy Academy
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Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
(A practical workshop exploring some of the latest developments in mindfulness-based therapeutic interventions)
ACT has been scientifically researched and proven to be effective in helping people with a wide range of issues including anxiety, depression and chronic pain. Even those with severe psychiatric disorders including schizophrenia have gained remarkable benefit. It has also produced similarly high levels of success with some of the less serious conditions which we may encounter in our day-to-day work, such as smoking cessation, weight reduction and reducing stress. The high level of supporting scientific evidence has ensured that ACT has grown in popularity as a form of psychological treatment around the world.
This energetic, workshop style training is great for mindfulness teachers, hypnotherapists, counsellors and life coaches.
With a full set of notes and slides, the course teaches the primary structure and protocols of ACT, including:
Six core principles of psychological inflexibility - an ACT model of psychopathology
Six core principles for psychological flexibility - core therapeutic processes of ACT
Scripts and script development ideas
Templates for worksheets
Metaphors for creative interventions
A session by session approach with ACT
Guide to integration with other therapeutic approaches
Nick Cooke D.Psy. FAPHP
With over 25 years of experience as a practitioner and 12 years as a trainer, Nick is one of the UK’s most respected, experienced and well qualified practitioners and tutors of Hypnotherapy, NLP, Coaching and Mindfulness Meditation. Writer, developer and lead tutor of the CEC Professional Practitioner Programme, Nick has previously been director of supervision at the National Council for Hypnotherapy (NCH). He continues to be a full time practitioner, combining this with training and working within organisations providing wellbeing programmes, including Stress Management, Emotional Resilience and Mindfulness Meditation through his corporate business, The Well Being Company.
About the host
Nick has been in practice for 27 years as a Hypnotherapist and 15 years as a trainer and supervisor. He is the Principal of Central England College, The UK College of Clinical Hypnosis and The UK College of Mindfulness Meditation
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