Rewind technique - closure without disclosure
Free workshop, September 29th Glasgow University.
Treating PTSD? Not if you are not using the Rewind technique (closure without disclosure).
Up to 300 welcome.
The Rewind, in clinical use since 1991, approved by the British Psychological Society Learning Centre for the purpose of Continuing Professional Development (6 CPD). For those who require a CPD certificate the cost is £20.
The outcome of the course is to impart the Rewind so that participants leave competent. In England the NHS fails to meet the needs of 2 million sufferers.
The Rewind usually lasts just two sessions instead of up to twenty. End to compassion fatigue. Visit www.iartt.com to see organisations trained, testimonials and case histories.
About Sue Sutton
Dr David Muss will be delivering the training. He is Licentiate Member of the Society of Apothecaries (LMSSA) UK, Laurea Medicine e Chirugia (University of Rome, Italy). His interest in PTSD was triggered by his wife's near death tragedy. Since 1988 Dr Muss has worked as the Director of the PTSD Unit at the BMI Hospital, Birmingham, UK