The course will address all the points below and much more.

  • 90% of all illnesses are aggravated due to psychosomatic factors in origin.
  • All patients need to understand their thinking in relation to their ‘problem’
  • All psychological and psychiatrically based disorders could be described as mere ‘incorrect thinking’
  • A doctor’s ‘bedside manner’ is nothing more than psychotherapy
  • The relationship between a patients mind and body are crucial for effective early recovery
  • Understanding the psychopharmacology of current drugs is essential for effective treatment
  • Classification of psychopathology including the use of DSM- IV.
  • Comparative diagnostic criteria for commonly presenting aspects of mental illness.
  • History taking in mental issues. To gain knowledge of commonly prescribed psychotropic agents.
  • Knowledge of ethical issues in therapy and ways of responding.
  • Develop the understanding of issues of transference and countertransference.
  • Enhance understanding of boundaries and the challenges that can occur
  • Create an awareness of inter-professional relationships and the appropriateness of referrals.
  • Recognise the limits of competence and the need for referral.
  • Approaches to research and their strengths and weaknesses.
  • A basic understanding and appreciation of current Psychotherapies including Psychoanalysis, Person Centred, Behavioural, Gestalt and Transactional Analysis, by contrasting the history, personality theory and process of psychotherapy of each model.

NLP PSYSCOTHERAPY

Why should Doctors do the NLP Psychotherapy programme?

Medical training tends to concentrate on pharmaceutical interventions and works on the assumption that all illnesses have an incorrect organic disorder of some type, whereas we now know that patients have the ability to think themselves ill. Not only do they think themselves ill they continue to not respond to medication because of incorrect thinking.

A basic understanding of the principles involved in psychotherapy will assist you in helping your patient make a faster and more complete recovery.

Understanding your own language patterns and how you relate to your patients will, in itself, greatly improve your understanding of your patients' problems.

In fact, therapist and health care workers of all kinds will benefit from this course

  • Enhance the client-therapist relationship.
  • Promote reflexivity and self-awareness.
  • Diagnostic assessment of presenting issues.
  • Discuss issues of confidentiality.
  • Perspectives on social psychology.
  • Concepts of self and relationship with others.
  • Cultural and gender differences.
  • Appreciation of social identity.
  • Theories relating to aggressive behaviour.
  • The nature and function of attitudes.
  • The responses to social influence.
  • Models of feedback and assessment of practice.
  • Assessment of the impact of interventions.
  • Models of feedback and assessment of practice.
  • Assessment of the impact of interventions.

Recognition of the essential similarities and differences between counselling, psychotherapy, and coaching. An awareness of the merits of and appropriateness of referral to practitioners skilled in different modalities.

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