Latest Online Training
Take a look at the latest training course available below;
Specifically designed and written for therapists and those working the therapy and child care industries.
Introduction to Data Protection and Cybersecurity
Are you data protection savvy? Do you know the differences between GDPR, DPA and Cybersecurity?
An introductory course created for therapists to take you through the fundamentals of data protection and cybersecurity, give you the knowledge and examples so that you can ensure you are abiding with the law during your day to day work.
Written and presented by a GDPR specialist and Cyber Psychotherapist specialist, they have over 60 years of knowledge and experience between them in IT and data protection, but also in therapy practice, so they are able to give you ‘real life’ examples of what to do and not to do, and advice so you can work security with your clients’ data.
Because data protection and cybersecurity is much, much more than just GDPR.
Sex and Pornography Talk in Psychotherapy: An Introductory Course
Cyber Trauma Courses for Parents and Professionals
What is a cybertrauma course and who is it for?
Simply put this is a course about the issues, perils and pitfalls children and young people face in the online world, whether that be consoles, computers or smartphones.
What you can expect to learn on this course:
- WHAT DOES CYBER MEAN ANYWAY?
- What “
cybertrauma” is? (definitions and explanations).
- Real life issues and trauma versus Cybertrauma (What happens when a person is “traumatised”).
- What “attachment theory” is, why do you need to know this and why this is important to know when using devices.
- Why attachment theory is different
tobeing attached (like glue) to a device and why addiction is not necessarily the correct diagnosis for your child’s device use
- Introduction to the Polyvagal communication system (How and why we communicate in cyberspace in the way we do).
- Terminology & behaviours in the online world.
- Ethics and the law.
- How to’s and advice about dealing with the events and incidents.
For Practitioners: Psychopathology of internet behaviours, Case studies, Ethical dilemmas and how this affects your practice:
For example: What do you do if a child has Tinder on their smartphone?/What if a client asks to record you in session?/What about Photos of work with a client?- Ethical guidelines, best practice and advice.
E-safety leaflets will be provided and a handy guide to take home with you.
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