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Psychotherapeutic Interventions for People with Dementia
This workshop is organised by the Society's Division of Clinical Psychology Faculty for Psychology Specialists Working With Older People (PSIGE). It workshop will look primarily on individual and group psychotherapy.
Learning outcomes and objectives
- What is the “problem” for people with dementia that psychotherapy might be able to provide a way to address?
- How can we understand the process of change that may occur, and how can this be addressed?
- What psychotherapy skills might be appropriate to meet these needs, and how can they be adapted?
In trying to address these questions the workshop will draw on evidence from existential psychology and psychotherapy process research as well as material from clinical practice.
10:00 - 16:30 (refreshments from 09:30)
Dr Richard Cheston CPsychol
Consultant Clinical psychologist
PSIGE members £25
Non-PSIGE Trainees and students £35
Non-PSIGE members £40
Space is limited to 30 people. Early booking is advised. The closing date for applications is 6 September 2011.
Please note lunch is not included but there are numerous cafes and food outlets on campus.
If you are interested in this training event and would like to reserve a place, please contact:
Dr Caroline Formby CPsychol, Principal Clinical Psychologist or
Laura Aston, secretary to Caroline Formby
Cheques and registration forms should be sent to:
Dudley & Walsall Mental Health NHS Trust
Bushey Fields Hospital, Clee Ward
Dudley, West Midlands
University of Birmingham
120 Hills Building