Live online on Saturday 12th October, 2024
When: Saturday 12th October 2024
Where: Online CPD workshop
In this thought-provoking and popular workshop, you will reverse your mindset about the entire concept of self-esteem, self-worth and self-acceptance. Most clients present with low self-esteem problems and therefore this workshop is invaluable to all healthcare professionals. You will learn how to help your clients overcome self damning disturbed beliefs. These arise mainly in emotional problems such as anxiety, depression, anger, hurt, guilt, jealousy, envy and shame and with many specific areas such as relationship problems, anxiety disorders, and performance anxiety from the creative to the sexual. It is one thing to understand that self damning beliefs are unhelpful and provoke emotional suffering and to understand that unconditional self-acceptance is the solution but how do you help clients believe it, so they feel it?
Beverley Harper explains more: “Self damning problems are common and in many cases are at the heart of the problem. This workshop will help the practitioner learn powerful tools and arguments to help their clients to unconditionally accept themselves and heal their disturbed ego i.e., to be OK in their own skin”
Registration 9.30am Starts 10.00am ends 5.00pm
You will learn:
– Beliefs that underpin low self-esteem in emotional problems
– Why the concept of self-esteem is psychologically flawed
– Why it is unhelpful to raise self-esteem
– What is self? What is esteem?
– How we develop self damning beliefs
– Self-acceptance beliefs and emotions
– Principles on which self-acceptance is based on
– Importance of goals
– How to develop unconditional self-acceptance and how to feel it
· Practical considerations in dealing with self-esteem problems
· Tools, Exercises, Therapeutic Techniques and Homework Assignments
· Session by session outline
Meet your Lecturer
Beverley is a senior lecturer and student liaison officer at CCBT. She has studied cognitive behavioural psychotherapies gaining a Diploma and a MSc in REBT from Goldsmiths College, University of London. She is an Accredited Registrant of the National Counselling Society (NCPS) and of the National Hypnotherapy Society (HS). She has a special interest in trauma and is trained in EMDR as well as CFT and ACT. She runs a busy private practice in Somerset as well as supervising students and therapists.
This is an NCPS/HS Quality Checked workshop. At the end of this course, participants will receive a certificate of Continuing Professional Development for 6 hours from the College of Cognitive Behavioural Therapies.
Registration opens from 9:30am, and the lecture will run from 10am to 5pm. There are limited spaces for this very popular course.
You can book your place today by clicking on this link.
Alternatively, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 8674 1233
(Monday – Friday 9.00 am – 4.00 pm)
Last date for cancellation is Friday 4th October 2024