⭐ 16th February 2018 – A compassionate approach to the forms and functions of self-criticism: a personal practice workshop

CPD Event title: A compassionate approach to the forms and functions of self-criticism: a personal practice workshop

Brief Description Of Event: This workshop will explore with participants the nature and functions of self-criticism, distinguishing them from guilt and other self-conscious emotions.

Learning Objectives: Participants will then be introduced to some of the basic compassion focused mind training practices such as breathing and grounding, cultivating the compassion mind and self, functional analysis of self-criticism and using the compassionate self to address self-criticism and compassionately engaging with self-criticism. We will explore the distinction between shame based self-criticism and compassion-based self correction. Participants will be given opportunities to work with their own material. But participants should be aware however that this is a practice workshop and not personal therapy workshop and are responsible for their own well-being during the workshop.
The workshop is suitable for all those who are engaged in therapeutic interactions with clients.
It will contribute six hours Continuing Professional Development

Course Structure: 0910 Housekeeping
1000 Session One
1110 Refreshments
1130 Session Two
1240 Lunch
1330 Session Three
1420 Refreshments
1500 Session Four
1600 Feedback and Close

Date of event: 16th February 2018

Venue for event: Islington Assembly Halls London

Name of trainer: Professor Paul Gilbert

Tel bookings: 023 80 487592

Email bookings: info@grayrock.co.uk

Website: http://grayrock.co.uk

Cost of Course: £144

Cost for NCH members: £129.60

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Additional information/requirements: Paul Gilbert is Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Derby and Head of the Mental Health Research Unit, Derbyshire Mental Health Services NHS Trust. He is a Fellow of the British Psychological Society and has written, taught and researched extensively in the areas of mood disorders and shame. He is a former President of the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapists. He has published over 150 academic papers and 20 books. he is a series editor for the “Compassion Mind Approaches to various psychological difficulties. He set up the charity The Compassion Mind foundation in 2006 (www.compassionatemind.co.uk) and was award an OBE in March 2011.