CPD workshop with Professor Paul Salkovskis:
Advances in OCD treatment: engaging clients and achieving recovery
CPD workshop: Advances in OCD treatment: engaging clients and achieving recovery
Tuesday, 21 November
Showcase Cinema De Lux, Nottingham
A unique opportunity to learn from the leading expert in OCD
- Do you find it challenging to work with OCD?
- Is it difficult to make sense of numerous obsessions and compulsions?
- Do you struggle to fit everything into a meaningful formulation?
- Have you found that engaging clients in treatment is difficult?
Practitioners often find Obsessive Compulsive Disorder a challenging disorder to assess, formulate and treat. Professor Salkovskis will provide salient insights into improving your understanding of OCD. Formulation is essential to devising a coherent treatment plan, yet practitioners frequently struggle with this aspect of the therapeutic process. Learn to become proficient in developing a helpful formulation, which aids both the client and the practitioner. Drop outs are unfortunately commonplace in OCD treatment, and even when clients do engage, progress can be limited if treatment is not delivered effectively. Learn advanced techniques in order to gain your clients’ commitment, and to achieve recovery.
Enrich your clinical practice by benefitting from the knowledge, experience and wisdom of Professor Salkovskis. You will also have an opportunity to ask Professor Salkovskis any specific questions.
Date: Tuesday, 21st November 2017
Venue: Showcase Cinema De Lux, Nottingham, Redfield Way, Lenton, Nottingham, NG7 2UW
Time: 9.00am-4.45pm (registration and coffee in the main foyer from 8.30am)
Price: £90 (including training materials, lunch, and CPD certificate)
About Professor Paul Salkovskis
Professor Salkovskis is renowned worldwide for his passion and contribution to both clinical research and practice. His CBT models for OCD and Health Anxiety are used extensively by practitioners across the
world. He has continually worked to reduce the stigma that can unfortunately surround anxiety disorders such as OCD, appearing on television programmes and featuring in the written press.
Professor Paul Salkovskis qualified as a Clinical Psychologist in 1979, at the Institute of Psychiatry and Maudsley Hospital. He worked in Yorkshire as a Clinical Psychologist before moving to the University of Oxford as a Research Clinical Psychologist, and subsequently becoming Professor of Cognitive Psychology.
He moved to King’s College London Institute of Psychiatry, where he was Professor of Clinical Psychology and Applied Science, and Clinical Director in the Centre for Anxiety Disorders and Trauma at the Institute of Psychiatry from 2000 to 2010. He led the South London & Maudsley and national outpatient OCD service.
He is now Professor of Clinical Psychology and Applied Science at the University of Bath where he is also the director of a joint University/NHS national specialist anxiety disorder clinic and Programme Director for the Clinical Psychology Doctorate Programme at Bath. He is currently Editor of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, and on the editorial board of many international journals. He is chair of the scientific committee of the EABCT conference in 2018 in Sofia, Bulgaria. He is an active Patron of several OCD and anxiety disorder charities and is committed to co-production in research.
He has published well over 300 articles and chapters on the understanding and treatment of psychological problems and anxiety disorders. He is President Elect of the BABCP and recently co-authored a treatment manual for the treatment of OCD (Bream, Challacombe, Palmer and Salkovskis, 2017, CBT for Obessive Compulsive Disorder, Oxford University Press) which is a companion volume to the self-help book Break Free from OCD (Challacombe, Bream and Salkovskis, 2014).
The comfort of attendees is of paramount importance, and we will ensure that you enjoy a unique experience at a modern venue. You will be seated in luxurious leather recliner seats.
Professor Salkovskis will be presenting at the front of the auditorium, with training materials (including slides, video clips and audio) displayed on a cinema size screen, with exceptional picture and audio quality.
Staff will be on hand with portable microphones, to ensure there are plenty of opportunities for you to engage with Professor Salkovkis, and to ask questions.
Refreshments will be provided throughout the day, including lunch.