Many healthcare and wellbeing therapists struggle when clients or patients cry or get anxious or disengaged through numbing out. So in offering this Regulate programme, we are supporting clinicians and therapists by providing a systematic toolkit of effective approaches so they can show their clients and patients how to manage their emotional worlds.
This programme will appeal to:
The course brings an additional layer of skill which builds on the existing modality or scope of practice.
This 6-day CPD course is designed for all mental health practitioners and coaches working in personal wellbeing and professional development. The course will equip participants with a solid theory and practical toolkit to:
The Regulate programme will use a variety of media and learning approaches. In essence the Regulate programme intorduces a comprehensive toolkit for clinical or educational practice, through a series of experiential and practical workshops, centred around the following themes:
The Certificate will be awarded on completion of the course. This is a Certificate showing attendance of all 6 days of the training.
If fewer than 6 days are attended, the participant will be provided with an attendance letter showing CPD hours logged.
The Diploma will be awarded on completion of all 6 days of training, plus the satisfactory submission of assignments including case studies and a reflective written piece.
Time will be allowed after the completion of the taught course in order to complete the written assignments.
James is Medical Director of The Grove and practises as a Consultant Psychiatrist, both in private practice and in an NHS role. James is a general adult psychiatrist with considerable experience working with the full range of mental health problems encountered in adulthood.
Much of his work centres on teaching his patients how to regulate their emotions in order to manage their inner worlds. He has founded The Grove’s training course on emotional regulation, in collating the best technology and most effective approaches to spread the practice of these effective techniques.
As a trained integrative psychotherapist, he has an interest in, and many years of experience using, body-focussed interventions when working with emotional dysregulation and psychological trauma. Amongst other approaches he is trained in hypnotherapy (Diploma), EMDR (Adv) and EFT (Adv). James has also trained in nutrition, believing this to be critical for optimal mental wellbeing.
James is a respected clinician both within and outside the NHS. One of his main areas of specialist expertise is Adult ADHD. He works in one of the very few London-based specialist Adult ADHD services in the NHS. He is on the Executive Board of UKAAN (the main professional organisation for Adult ADHD in the UK) and is UKAAN’s Training Programme Director. The comprehensive training programme UKAAN offers is highly regarded in the UK and further afield.
James studied medicine in Nottingham and trained in psychiatry with the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (Guys and St Thomas’ hospitals) and at St Mary’s Hospital. In recent years, he has worked as a psychiatrist to a London-based university, seeing students with mental health difficulties.
Sarah Paton Briggs is a Director of The Grove, where she has held a management role for over 10 years producing its programme of training courses. In producing this emotional regulation CPD course, she has collated a highly-effective toolkit of emotional management techniques. Sarah is one of the tutors on this course.
Whether applying these approaches to trauma therapy, or to supervision, Sarah regularly draws on this toolkit which often brings huge symptomatic relief for clients. She believes in a multi-faceted approach to wellbeing, made accessible for clients in a way that is easy to absorb. By recognising the wisdom of emotion, mind, and body signals, Sarah believes that greater wellbeing comes from emotional regulation.
Sarah is a supervisor accredited by BACP and also by COSRT. She brings to her supervision practice the engaging and relational approach deployed with her clients. As an accredited psychotherapist, psychosexual & relationship therapist, drug & alcohol counsellor, executive coach, Sarah has a wealth of experience working with adult clients, either as individuals or couples, or in organisations.
Robert Rees is a UKCP-Accredited psychotherapist, qualified Executive Coach, and a Director of The Grove Practice. He leads The Grove’s organisational practice where mental health is a central aim. In organisational settings, he shows clients how managing their emotional expression delivers improved team cohesion and enhanced performance.
He also brings to bear his emotional regulation expertise for trauma therapy clients, where emotional disturbance can be a disruptive symptom. He is skilled in teaching his therapy clients how to gain more poise and balance through gaining insight into their emotional responses.
Robert is one of the tutors on The Grove’s emotional regulation training.
He has worked with a broad range of companies using therapeutic practice in industries such as consumer healthcare and beauty, technology, media and finance. He is an advocate for good mental health practices in the workplace. He is committed to helping companies improve their recognition and delivery of management practices that promote good mental health. He has led a team in a FTSE 100 company and worked for 20 years in the financial industry.
Weekend dates in 2022
23rd & 24th April 2022
7th & 8th May 2022
25th & 26th June 2022
Times each day: 9am - 5:30pm
Fee for Spring 2022:
The fee will be finalised when the dates are announced later this year
After paying the deposit of £300 including VAT, the remainder of the fee can be paid by instalments as indicated on the invoice. Some reduced-fee places may be awarded depending on student circumstances, subject to availability. The course fee can also be invoiced fully or partially to an employer or funding organisation. Please contact us for details.
Applicants are expected to be qualified and expereience professionals in a helping profession, who are secure in their mode of practice. This will be covered in the application form. All applicants are expected to:
The Grove Practice is accredited by NCP (National Council for Psychotherapists) as a CPD training centre. As such, all The Grove’s courses are awarded NCP accreditation for CPD (Continuous Professional Development).
This accreditation provides reassurance regarding high standards of teaching and course content.
The Grove’s courses have been successfully recognised as CPD for members of the following membership bodies: BACP, UKCP, COSRT, NCP, NCS, AHPP, BPS, among others. Organisations such as Relate and MIND and Place2B have also supported their therapists in taking training with The Grove. This is a mark of unofficial validation of our courses as worthy of being listed on the CPD logs for these members.