Introduction to Hardy Workshops

I currently offer the following 2 workshops

1.   Helping You To Help Yourself Using CBT Tools and Techniques

2.   Working with Suicidal People

 

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Update:  January 2021

 

Sadly, workshops are not currently available face to face because of the COVID crisis.  This service will be available again whenever it is safe.

I am working on making these available on-line, and will provide details on this website soon.​

1.  Help Yourself Using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Tools and Techniques 

CBT offers a range of accessible tools that we can learn to support ourselves and others every day.  Discover how these techniques can help you; or how you can work with your clients to cope better with a range of situations.

The following workshops are available within this range:

  • A workshop for students.  How can you help yourself think and react differently, and feel better to help you cope with a range of issues, such as stress, anxiety, confidence issues, procrastination, home sickness etc.

  • Help you / help your clients help themselves. This workshop would benefit a range of groups and professionals, such as social or care workers, doctors, teachers, nurses, etc.  Or to help yourself in your everyday life, whatever you do!

  • For counsellors.  Learn the underlying theory.  How might you integrate CBT into your professional practice?

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​​2. Understanding And Working With Suicidal People

A Workshop for a range of settings, including Social, Welfare, medical and Counselling Practitioners

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In some professions, it is sometimes necessary to work with clients who are suicidal, and can easily leave us feeling overwhelmed or anxious. Having a better understanding of many of the underlying issues can assist us to feel less powerless and more able to help our clients or patients.  

 

The workshop  includes enabling a better understanding of suicidal thoughts, behaviour and intent; assessing risks; interacting with our client; how might we support ourselves as workers and any Safeguarding considerations.  It also addresses some of the ethical considerations related to this very complex area of work.

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Helpful Information

Location of Workshops: 

 

My workshops are hosted in Glasgow City Centre - easily accessible to both Queen Street and Central Station.

I also offer the opportunity to travel to your own location for group bookings. 

Cost of each 1-day workshop  (when meeting face to face)

Each participant pays £95, which includes a fully bound handbook that follows the work of the day. It can be used independently as a book or learning resource in its own right.  ​

15% reduction for bookings of 10 or more​

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