Tue 6 Jul 2021
Video & Slides

Featuring presentation videos and accompanying slides: achieve a greater understanding of how to provide comprehensive and accurate assessments and how to formulate client care plans which respond to experienced trauma.

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IAPT Clinical Skills Week: Adjusting to Loss and Traumatic Grief
On-demand 3.5 hours £209 + VAT

A unique clinical skills training workshop for specialised loss and grief interventions

This dedicated online learning experience will help you to deliver appropriate, effective and client-driven interventions to tackle loss related trauma with particular focus on:

  • Improving the effectiveness of adjustment for loss and trauma
  • Effectively navigating loss related trauma within assessments
  • Adapting complicated complex grief to support clients with recent loss
  • Investigating different grief modalities: unexpected loss and grief related trauma

Meet your education and training needs in your own time

Packed with examples of best practice, novel ideas and expert advice, plus benefit from:

  • 3.5 CPD hours of presentation and speaker Q&A
  • Featuring engaging video and accompanying slides
  • Available at £209 + VAT for NHS and public sector professionals
  • Download and view in your own time
  • CPD Certificate issued to you after viewing the video
4 presentations | 6 parts | 3.5 CPD hours | Filmed on Tuesday 6th July 2021
1
Chair's opening remarks
Dr Jennifer Wild, Associate Professor in Experimental Psychology & Consultant Clinical Psychologist, University of Oxford
2
Improving the effectiveness of adjustment for loss and trauma
3
Effectively navigating loss related trauma within assessments
4
Adapting complicated complex grief to support clients with recent loss
5
Investigating different grief modalities: unexpected loss and grief related trauma
6
Chair's closing remarks

First-hand Speaker Experiences

From effective adjustment strategies to delivering dynamic interventions and developing a trans-diagnostic model, this interactive online workshop is a unique chance to scrutinise and improve your service’s approach to loss and unresolved grief.


Job Title:
Associate Professor in Experimental Psychology & Consultant Clinical Psychologist
Organisation
University of Oxford
Biography

Dr Jennifer Wild is a consultant clinical psychologist, associate professor and NIHR Oxford Health BRC Senior Research Fellow at the University of Oxford. Her area of expertise is in developing and evaluating evidence-based interventions for improving resilience to stress, including PTSD and complex grief. Dr Wild has worked in an advisory role to the Cabinet Office on best practice for developing preventative interventions for individuals, such as emergency responders, who will be regularly exposed to trauma. 

She has over 70 publications, including book chapters, and a recently published popular science book on resilience: Be Extraordinary: 7 Key Skills to Transform Your Life from Ordinary to Extraordinary. Dr Wild regularly appears in the media giving advice rooted in science on how to overcome trauma-related difficulties.

Pricing Structure

  • £209 + VAT for you to download and view in your own time
  • Click on 'Book Place' and complete your details

Purchase Fees

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Certification of Attendance

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Past Attendee Feedback

Held as an interactive online forum and now available to you as a series of video presentations, here is some feedback on the excellent content from the IAPT professionals who attended:

"Really good content that is very apt in Covid times. Love that it is delivered via Zoom"

Adjusting to Loss and Traumatic Grief Online Workshop, July 2021

"Excellently organised and easy to understand content"

Adjusting to Loss and Traumatic Grief Online Workshop, July 2021

"Fantastic training, well organised, excellent presenters"

Adjusting to Loss and Traumatic Grief Online Workshop, July 2021

"It was brilliant training and the training day was managed brilliantly by both the trainer and the hosts"

Adjusting to Loss and Traumatic Grief Online Workshop, July 2021

"Brilliant really clear and informative and lots of take away to put into practice in the treatment room"

Adjusting to Loss and Traumatic Grief Online Workshop, July 2021

Who came?

If you purchase and view the presentation video and accompanying sides, you will be in good company! The following is an insight into the job titles and organisations who came to the Adjusting to Loss and Traumatic Grief Online Workshop when it was held on Tuesday 6th July 2021:

Job titles include:

  • Associate Professor in Experimental Psychology & Consultant Clinical Psychologist
  • CBT Therapist
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapist
  • Clinician
  • Clinical Quality & Assurance Lead
  • High Intensity Cognitive Behavioural Practitioner
  • High Intensity CBT Therapist
  • Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner
  • Senior PWP
  • Step 2 Senior
  • Step 3b Lead / High intensity Therapist/CBT
  • Trainee PWP

Organisations include:

  • FX Plus
  • IAPT - Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Wellbeing Service
  • Isle of Wight NHS Trust
  • North Staffordshire and Stoke Wellbeing Service
  • North Staffordshire Wellbeing Service
  • South Staffordshire and Shropshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
  • Space2BHeard
  • Staffordshire and Stoke Wellbeing Service
  • Talking Matters Northumberland
  • The Big Life Group: Self Help
  • Tyne & Wear NHS Foundation Trust
  • University of Oxford