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14 Dec
Singapore
Group Therapy: Introductory Course

Brief Interventions for Emotional Regulation

Date: 20 Feb 2020 - 22 Feb 2020

Singapore

Brief Interventions for Emotional Regulation: Delivering clear thinking, confidence, and behaviour change fast

The most recent and comprehensive Mental Health Study in Singapore (2018) revealed that at least 1 in 7 persons in the community struggles with a psychological disorder. Meanwhile, healthcare professionals often feel that working with clients with emotional problems is time consuming, intimidating, and distressing. As an international authority on therapeutic imagery, Dr Williamson will demonstration and impart skills for guiding clients to swiftly gain emotional calmness and
engage in effective problem-solving.

Integrating research evidence and almost 4 decades of frontline experiences, Dr Williamson will cover rapid techniques for

- Securing rapport strategically
- Providing interventions even during history taking
- Seeding ideas with skilful language to amplify clients’ positive expectancy
- Orienting clients toward unique solutions and desired outcomes
- Reframing clients’ distress into constructive goals
- Guiding clients to experience success in their first consultations
- Engaging clients in guided imagery for relaxation, peace, inspiration, and goal attainment


International Trainer: Dr. Ann Williamson, MBChB (England)

Dr Williamson’s 38 years of immensely multifaceted and creative contributions as a medical doctor (1972-2006) have been followed by numerous teaching, clinical, and writing enterprises. She has designed and conducted training programmes for medical specialists, healthcare professionals, and mental health workers not only throughout the UK but also in Canada, Munich, Rome, and Vienna. She had served as the Chairman of the British Society of Medical and Dental Hypnosis and lectured at the University of Chester, University of Manchester, and University of Salford.

Duration: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Venue: Fort Canning Lodge, 6 Fort Canning Rd, S179494

Brochure: Download

Fees:
Regular: S$1,200
with VCF: S$840

Language: English

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