Posted: 2 May 2013
In this absorbing and insightful workshop, Dr Schwartz will introduce the IFS model and demonstrate some practical techniques for working with a range of symptomatic presentations.
The workshop offers a valuable CPD opportunity for arts therapists, psychotherapists, psychiatrists, psychologists, counsellors, mental health professionals, and students training in these fields.
There’s a 20% early-bird discount if paid before Friday 10 May - students pay £40 (not usual price of £50) and for non-students pay £80 (usual price £100).
Book your place via the e-store.
For further enquiries speak to Rachael Furminger, CPD Officer: firstname.lastname@example.org
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