CPD Event title: Low Self-Esteem Workshop with Daniel Mirea (BABCP), by the UK College of Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy
Brief Description Of Event: Low self-esteem is a unique condition characterised by symptoms from both the depressive and the anxiety spectrum; it therefore requires a creative and comprehensive approach that undermines all these varied symptoms.
If we view ‘self-esteem’ as a sense of self, or set of beliefs or rigid opinions that we have about ourselves, significant others and the world around us, then we understand why CBT brings such an important contribution to the overall understanding and the treatment of low self-esteem. This training covers a wide range of CBT topics from introductory through to advanced. The combination of lecture, case studies (video/ audio analysis) and role-play significantly develops skills and knowledge of CBT techniques and provides an effective and cost-efficient investment in your professional development.
Learning Objectives: A deeper understanding of the term ‘low self-esteem’: a term that is commonly used to the extent that it has now become part of our everyday vocabulary.
An in-depth exploration of The Oxford Guide’s description of Low Self Esteem and how that differs from clinical or severe depression – understanding the sphere of competences (in particular for hypnotherapists with no other clinical background)
Understanding what and how other disorders are associated with low moods and low self-esteem, such as depression or social phobia.
Assessment and conceptualisation: the vicious circle (or working model) of low self-esteem -highlighting factors that maintain this condition, such as social withdrawal, common misinterpretations of social interactions and self-critical thinking.
You will be able to understand the assessment and the main working models (or vicious cycles) of low moods, low self-esteem and other associated disorders.
You will understand the self-report measures commonly used with depression and low moods.
The treatment of low mood and low self-esteem: socialising people to the CBT model, psychological education, modifying and challenging dysfunctional assumptions and self-critical thinking. The creative use of behavioural and social experiments as well as imagery work and hypnosis.
You will understand how you could integrate different skills used in the treatment of depressive and anxiety disorders.
The use of other more recent CBT approaches also know as third-wave therapies such as mindfulness and acceptance, imagery, and relaxation.
How to integrate hypnotherapy and self-hypnosis into the Oxford model.
Session structure and session planning.
Course Structure: One-day workshop.
Date of event: 25th November 2019
Duration of Event: 1 days
Venue for event: The Clayton Crown Hotel, Cricklewood, London, NW2 3ED
Name of trainer: Daniel Mirea – a senior BABCP accredited psychotherapist and lecturer
Tel bookings: 0207 112 9040
Email bookings: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cost of Course: £145