One Saturday a month for eight months, commencing September 2017
10 am – 5 pm each day.
Limited number of places
Location: Citywest Hotel, Dublin.
44 CPD hours.
A Certificate of Completion will be issued to course participants upon completion of the course.
960 Euro. 320 Euro, to secure place.
Contact Terry Lynch for full course details: email@example.com
Based in Limerick, Dr. Terry Lynch is a physician; accredited psychotherapist; author of best-seller Beyond Prozac: Healing Mental Distress; Member of A Vision for Change Expert Group; provider of a recovery-oriented mental health service for 17 years.
This course is for people who want or need to greatly increase their understanding of depression – people who (a) have been given a diagnosis of depression; (b) people for whom important people in their life have received a diagnosis of depression and they want to learn what depression is; and (c) people who, for their own reasons, want to deeply understand depression. This course contains more than 17 hours of audio-visual material. Slides, texts and references also included. Click here for course details, including a 25% discount that is available to you for a limited.
This course is for people who want or need to greatly increase their understanding of bipolar disorder. This course is for (a) people diagnosed with bipolar disorder, who want to really understand this diagnosis thoroughly, and want to find more effective ways of progressing in their lives; (b) people for whom someone important to them has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, (c) people who for other reasons want or need to greatly increase their understanding of bipolar disorder, and of the experiences and behaviours that come to be diagnosed as bipolar disorder. Click here for full details about the course, including a 33% introductory/early bird discount that is available to you until the 07 May 2017.
These courses are for mental health professionals who want to increase their understanding of psychiatric diagnoses – mental health professionals including psychologists; psychotherapists; counsellors; psychiatric nurses; occupational therapists; social workers; social care workers; community mental health team members; mental health advocates; GPs; psychiatrists; and other professionals and advocates who work in mental health.
Certificate of Completion issued upon completion of these courses.
A comprehensive course setting out the current prevailing understanding of depression, a critique of this understanding, and a setting out of an extensive explanation of depression and of the experiences and behaviours than come to be called “depression”. “A ground-breaking new course for all mental health professionals” – Lucy Johnstone, UK clinical psychologist, author and trainer, September 2016, stated in a tweet, @Clinpsychlucy This course contains more than 17 hours of audio-visual material. Slides, texts and references also included. Click here for full details of this course, including a 25% price discount, available to you for a limited period.
A comprehensive course on bipolar disorder for mental health professionals. Click here for full course details, including a 33% introductory/early bird discount, available until 07 May 2017. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information about these courses, or contact me through the Contact form on the Contact page of this website.
To access my latest article (27th March 2017) entitled “What is bipolar disorder?”, click the following link – http://doctorterrylynch.com/what-is-bipolar-disorder.
My next course will be “Creating and maintaining healthy boundaries”. In the near future I will also create courses on anxiety, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), eating disorders, suicide, and other important aspects of mental health that, in my opinion, are general misunderstood, to some degree at least.
Email me at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Throughout my professional career, I have had a friendly association with Dr. William Glasser, a world-renown psychiatrist. We had many similarities and supported each others’ work. He loved my book Beyond Prozac; I wrote the Foreword to one of his books. As early as the 1960s, Dr. Glasser was talking about non-pathologizing mental health symptoms. He created a training institute to teach Reality Therapy and Choice Theory to psychologists, counselors, social workers and educators. If you are interested in learning these concepts and methods, you will find scheduled training here: www.wglasser.com.
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