|Målgruppe :||Psykologer, læger og tværfaglige behandlere, der arbejder med eller har interesse for postnatal depression hos kvinder, forståelse for det bånd der opstår mellem mor og barn og danner grundlag for tilknytning.|
|Beskrivelse :||This two-day workshop will address how the Compassionate Mind Approach can be applied to the immense and sometimes difficult changes that occur around having a baby. This can be a wonderful time, but also a time of shock or disquiet. How we get through this time depends on many factors, not least how we, and others, are with ourselves. Shame about difficulties we may have can disconnect us at a time when support is more crucial than ever.
This workshop looks at just why this can be such a disconcerting time, how we can learn to bring a compassionate mind to ourselves, and just why this is so profoundly important at this particular time.
This will be an interactive workshop and participants are welcome to bring case examples for brief discussion throughout the two days.
|Varighed :||2 dage fra 9-16|
|Underviser :||Michelle Cree.
Michelle works as a Consultant Clinical Psychologist for the Derby Perinatal Mental Health Service, which provides inpatient and community care for mothers suffering from a severe mental illness in the late stages of pregnancy and up to one year postnatal. She provides both individual and group therapy using Compassion Focused Therapy. She has published a paper outlining the use of Compassionate Mind Training with Perinatal distress in a special edition of the International Journal of Cognitive Therapy in 2010 and is author “The Compassionate Mind Approach to Postnatal Depression: Using Compassion Focused Therapy to Enhance Mood, Confidence and Bonding”
Michelle is also a Compassionate Mind Foundation board member and trainer and has trained a diverse range of individuals and professional groups in CFT across the country. She is a supervisor for the Postgraduate Certificate in Compassion Focused Therapy at the University of Derby.
She has also developed a 12 week Compassionate Mind course for staff in Derbyshire Healthcare Foundation Trust.
|Dato :||9. og 10. oktober 2017|
|Sted :||Kognitiv Terapi Center Århus
|Pris og tilmeldingsfrist :||Kr. 2.950,00- incl. forplejning og materialer
Tilmeldingsfrist: 1. august 2017
Tilmelding prioriteres kronologisk efter modtagelse.
Tilmeldingen er personlig og bindende.
Ved afmelding opkræves 15% af kursusprisen i gebyr.
Ved afbud efter tilmeldingsfristen hæftes for det fulde gebyr.
|Dag 1 & 2 :||09-10-2017 - 10-10-2017|
•Just why the Compassionate Mind Approach is so important during the perinatal period
•Stages of the Compassionate Mind Approach in relation to the perinatal period
•Evolution and childbearing
•Impact of experiences during childbearing, birth, and new motherhood
•Impact of past experiences on new motherhood- “Ghosts in the Nursery”
•Building the compassionate mind
•Experience of the key practices and how they can be applied particularly to the perinatal period
•The Compassion Focused Therapy formulation for perinatal distress
•Putting the compassionate mind “to work”- multiple selves, and introduction to working with the critic
•An introduction to running perinatal Compassionate Mind groups (dependent upon specific interests of workshop participants)
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