PICT integrates imagery rescripting, CBT, TA and NLP to facilitate resolution of a wide range of issues. Originally developed for the resolution of childhood abuse, it has since proven effective for a much broader range of problems – including depression, anxiety, self-harm, low self-esteem, eating disorders and more.
For practitioners working in the field of trauma it presents a complete model for working with clients gently, compassionately and effectively; for practitioners working with Axis I or II disorders, it offers a toolbox of techniques to support achievement of client goals. Moreover, as a model that incorporated imagery rescripting more than 20 years ago – it offers a unique opportunity to develop those skills with ease, confidence, and a depth of understanding.
The Diploma is delivered over 18 days, divided into 9 x 2-day modules.
Modules are held monthly, on two consecutive days over one weekend
Please *email for further information, a syllabus, application form or course dates for the accredited PICT DIPLOMA, starting Autumn 2020 in London/Surrey to: email@example.com
2-day PICT Workshops include teaching on the effects and legacy of abuse, trauma resolution, and rescripting interventions for working with unhealthy and limiting beliefs. Workshops are held in the London/Surrey area, and may also be booked by contacting a PICT Trainer.
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