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About mental health training courses for therapists

The very term “mental health” has become something of a mantra in popular culture in recent years, underlining how seriously our societies have come to recognise the importance of psychological wellness. And there are plentiful reasons to do so; according to the NHS, about a quarter of adults, as well as one in 10 children, experience mental health issues.

“Mental health” is far from a mere buzzword; it is integral to how we think, feel and act. When we feel positively about ourselves and our lives, we are in a stronger position to rise to our everyday challenges and realise our potential. Those who struggle with their day-to-day pressures, however, may need to ask themselves whether this could indicate a mental health issue.

Early warning signs can range from frequent ‘low’ feelings and the increased use of alcohol or drugs, to losing interest in things that one might have previously enjoyed, and a decline in work performance. Such symptoms may be signs of any of a variety of recognised mental health issues – encompassing anxiety, bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, depression, and more. If this is indeed the case, the right interventions will be crucial to support the patient’s wellbeing.

Why choose nscience?

Nscience is far from ‘just another’ provider of training content for the mental health professions; we are an organisation that brings together a broad and in-depth suite of events, workshops, seminars, webinars and video courses, backed by leading-edge research.

Whether you are only just beginning to consider becoming a psychologist, psychotherapist or counsellor, or you are a well-established mental health practitioner seeking out continued professional development (CPD) opportunities, you are likely to be appreciative of our programmes delivered by world-renowned experts.

We maintain a comprehensive and frequently evolving complement of mental health courses, masterclasses, video resource packs and other avenues for learning, suitable for current mental health professionals as well as those contemplating a career in this field.

At any one time, you are likely to find resources available through us touching on the following issues surrounding mental health, and many more:

  • What clinicians need to know about guilt and shame
  • Narcissism and its disorders
  • Early affect confusion: relational psychotherapy for the borderline client
  • Working with clients who present a history of risk
  • Unconscious communication, transference and countertransference in psychotherapy and counselling
  • Somatic therapy: interventions to enhance embodiment in trauma treatment

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