News & Events

Catch up with the latest news and events at The Old Rectory Clinic. Our therapists and health professionals regularly hold a wide variety of interesting, informative, and useful events and workshops throughout the year. To learn more about what we do please see below.

02May

The Neuroscience of Perception Workshop

Sunday 27th May 2018 at The Old Rectory Clinic

This CPD workshop explores the Neuroscience of Perception and how understanding some neuroscience helps us to help our clients. This is a tailored workshop for a maximum of 24 people in a comfortable and friendly environment running from 9:30am - 4:30pm. The workshop costs £75.00 and includes the following:

All accompanying training notes.

Certificate of Attendance - this event counts as 7 Hours of CPD.

A delicious locally sourced buffet lunch.

Refreshments mid-morning and afternoon.

Free parking.

We will explore the questions of:

How do we know what is real and what is a perception?

Is the 'real' world something we can experience with our senses?

Where does that leave concepts? 

Why does the intellectual brain 'switch off' in times of stress?

What is the theory or rewind/reframe?

What it is and how to do it.

What do we mean by ‘conscious, unconscious and sub-conscious’?

What is sleep and do we know what it is for?

What are the myths of Neuroscience?

This CPD is an informative and fun look at neuroscience, with the aim of increasing your understanding of the most complex thing in the universe, your brain. We will look at perception issues commonly faced by our clients and the science of changing our perceptions.

Tickets are £75. To book your place please click on this link

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31January

Solution Focused Practice: The BRIEF Approach

Full days training by Evan George on Sunday 25th March

Evan George is one of the founders of BRIEF in the UK. This one-day programme will introduce participants to the BRIEF approach to Solution Focus thinking and to the key elements of practice within the approach. SF is a flexible, collaborative and empowering approach that can be used with parents, adults and adolescents, with couples and families, and in group-work. The approach can be used both formally in ‘intervention’ sessions and also informally in short conversations, as well as in meetings. The approach fits well with principles of equal access and has a strong capacity to build cooperation and partnership, including in statutory work and with ‘reluctant clients’. This is a tailored workshop for a maximum of 24 people in a comfortable and friendly environment running from 9:30am - 4:30pm. The workshop costs £120.00 and includes the following:

All accompanying training notes.

Certificate of Attendance - this event counts as 7 Hours of CPD.

Full Post Course support via email

A delicious locally sourced buffet lunch.  

Refreshments mid-morning and afternoon.

Free parking.

To book your exclusive place now click

The programme will introduce participants to the solution focused way of thinking and to the core techniques within the approach. These will include:

Picturing the preferred future

Building on what’s working

Highlighting change

Identifying small signs of progress.

Building an expectation of good outcome.

Participants will leave the day:

Clear about the nature of Solution Focused approach

Clear about those purposes for which Solution Focus is not applicable or appropriate

Aware of the key elements of practice within the Solution Focused approach

With ideas about how elements of the approach can be used within their own work setting

Ready to begin using elements of practice in their work.

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05January

NLP Techniques for SF Hypnotherapists

Sunday 25th February 2018 - 9.30am - 4.30pm

NeuroLinguistic Programming has been around since the 1970s and was originally based on John Grinder and Richard Bandler observing techniques used by Fritz Perls, Virginia Satir, and Milton Erickson that worked with clients and identify the key components of those techniques and being able to replicate them time-and-time again.

This full day workshop will cover:

Introduction to NLP

Building rapport

Pacing and leading

Peripheral vision relaxation

Circle of excellence

The Swish technique

Rewind technique (Fast Phobia Cure)

5-minute headache cure

Anchoring

Dickens Process

Godiva chocolate pattern

Sleights of mouth belief change

Creating a brilliant future

Timelines

Organic belief change

Some of the techniques make use of what NLPers refer to as submodalities (sight, sound, smell, taste, and feel) and these will be explained. Other NLP ideas such as logical levels will be gently touched on, but they don’t impact on the effectiveness of the techniques described.

With the exception of the Rewind technique the techniques all work nicely with a solution-focused way of working with clients.

Each technique will be explained in detail and then attendees can try them out on each other.

This full day workshop is on Sunday 25th February and tickets are £75 which includes all refreshments and a buffet lunch. To book your space please click on the button below

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