- Starts: 30th June 2018
- Ends: 30th June 2018
- Time: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
BRAINSPOTTING AND ADDITCTION WITH DR ROBY ABELES
The day workshop introduces the recently developed and enormously successful “BSP Crocodile set up” to help their addicted clients stop urges & cravings quickly, through brain changes, so deeper issues driving the addiction can be addressed and resolved. This gives the addict even more advantage in recovery.
- Addiction as Attachment
- Addiction as Ego State
- Addiction as Affect Regulation
- Addiction as an attempt at Nervous System Dysregulation
- Neuroscience driving addiction relapse
There will be time for discussion, Q & A, along with a live demonstration of the use of Brainspotting in the “Crocodile Set Up” with participants having time to practice in dyads, with full debrief afterwards.
Although a prior training in Brainspotting is helpful, this workshop welcomes all those with an interest in the field.
- Venue: London
- Time: 9.00 am – 6.00 pm
- Cost: £175 Early Bird until 31st May 2018 – £205 thereafter
Fees include the basic Brainspotting Training Pack and equipment plus refreshments.
Lunch & accommodation are not included.
Booking a Place
To book a place on the course, please complete the details below and submit the Booking Form. Please note that when entering the security code displayed type as seen without spaces. Once submitted, you will then have the option to pay via PayPal or alternatively you can send payment by bank transfer (BACS). Please note that bookings are not confirmed until payment is received.
Where notice of cancellation is given two clear calendar months or more before the start of a training you will be entitled to a 50% refund of the full amount paid. We do not offer refunds within two months of the training date.
If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact Debbie Brown - firstname.lastname@example.org
By submitting this Booking Form I understand that this is a professional training event and not a personal therapy course. Should any issues arise from the training that need further support, I understand that this is in no way the responsibility of the training organisation or of the trainer, neither of which can be held responsible.