|Applying Motivational Approaches to a Patient Group Setting||5th October 2022||£250||Make Enquiry|
The course is delivered in a relaxed yet focused style. It is very practical in nature and built on sound adult learning theory and principles. Participants will have opportunities to design and deliver a short training input and will receive individual constructive peer and trainer feedback. The course will allow participants to develop their skills in a safe and supportive environment thereby increasing confidence in their ability to lead a group. Participants will receive a course booklet that contains background reading and supportive activities to help the transfer of knowledge and skills back to the workplace.
The ability to deliver effective patient education in a group setting has never been more important than in the current climate. This course will equip you with the skills to use sound adult learning theory to plan and deliver courses which will harness ‘active’ rather than passive learning opportunities. The focus will be on helping you develop the skills of creating a comfortable learning environment that helps motivate clients to consider change. We examine group dynamics and how to handle more challenging group situations so that your confidence to both prevent and manage these positively will increase.
This course is suitable for all professionals working with groups to include doctors, nurses, dietitians, psychologists, physiotherapists, exercise specialist and non-clinical practitioners. You do not need to have completed any previous BCT training to enrol on this course.
The development of greater self-empowerment underlies the whole of the group work skills course; this calls for learning methods consistent with that philosophy. Self-empowered learning means that people take responsibility for their own learning; it is a shared activity where everyone has something to teach and something to learn; it focuses on building on existing strengths and on the experience of the learner. For these philosophical reasons, the activities in this course are all based on experiential learning methods.
To allow participants to develop their use of motivational skills and techniques to support patient change. To design creative and engaging group based learning experiences that will provide effective clinical outcomes.
On completion of the course each participant will be able to:
A 2-day workshop presented to healthcare professionals, which will focus on the communication skills essential for effective conversations about health. These role-play workshops, supported by video playback, provide the opportunity for individual feedback to enhance development.
This training aims to enhance current practice, by exploring ways of building and strengthening motivation to change and maintaining that motivation throughout the change process. Motivational Interviewing (MI) has been used successfully in a wide range of health behaviours.
This course builds on Behaviour Change Skills Part 1 and 2 and is aimed to enhance your clinical effectiveness by learning to integrate some of the basic CBT techniques into everyday practice. It is a skills-based programme which is supported by a comprehensive 1 day pre-course.
A beautifully delivered 2-day course during where I leant so much about improving my group webinar delivery skills
The variety of different approaches was highly beneficial regarding slides, group chat, individual reflection and break-out rooms
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