This one day course runs from 9.30am until 4.30pm
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The course aims to:
- Ensure participants understand more about Agoraphobia in the context of personality and mental health
- Understand what Agoraphobia is
- Explore a range of ways of supporting people who experience Agoraphobia.
The objectives of the course
The course is an introduction/refresher to a conceptual model of mental health.
Participants will learn:
- What Agoraphobia is and what it is related to
- About interventions that support wellbeing with Agoraphobia
- About perceptions, common barriers and experiences that affect people living with the condition
- To develop an awareness about the possible causes
- What we can all do
- What mental health services can do.
Karen research interests are mindfulness-based Cognitive Behaviour Psychotherapy; long-term outcomes in the psychological treatment for OCD and the role of the Mental Health Nurse in treatment - resistant mental illness.
Karen works as part of the NHS National Unit leading practice development and research on these areas on mental health.
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