Psychosis & Attachment Theory – Katherine BerryBook tickets
Gloucestershire Counselling Service
In this live CPD event, Professor Katherine Berry draws on her extensive research and experience of working with individuals with psychosis to explore attachment theory in adulthood relationships and adult mental health.
This course is for qualified therapists, trainees and mental health professionals.
About the Speaker
Katherine Berry is a Professor in Clinical Psychology at the University of Manchester and Co-director of the Complex Trauma and Resilience Research Unit (C-TRU) at Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust.
Her research has focused on understanding the psychosocial mechanisms underlying the development of psychosis and using psychological formulations which draw on psychological theories of understanding distress to improve multi-disciplinary mental health care.
She is currently Chief Investigator on a large multi-site programme grant and randomised controlled trial (Talk, Understand and Listen for Inpatient Settings, TULIPS) that aims to increase access to psychological therapies and psychologically-informed care on acute mental health wards.
This workshop will take place on Zoom, with breaks and lunch will be scheduled throughout the day. The zoom link will be sent via email.
To book your space, please choose an option from the drop down box below and click register.
Standard rate: £70 (please choose External from the options below)
Trainee, Volunteer or GCS Staff: £45
*We require proof of your volunteer work & role at application stage & respectfully ask for you to apply for the reduced volunteer rate with integrity.