Attachment Theory and its implications for maladaptive outcomes.

A course to understand maladaptive behaviours and the remedies for same.

Next Presentation: 25th April, Galway - booking now open booking@cpdinstitute.ie


  • 1 Day Course
  • 7 CPD Points
  • Saturday 25th April, 9.30am to 3.30pm
  • The Ardilaun Hotel,Taylors Hill, Galway City
  • Course created and presented by Chris Buckley MSc Clinical Director of the CBT Clinic

 

 

Why choose CPD Institute Ireland:

 

We aim to provide you with insight, learning and skills. Our courses are designed to enhance your clinical practice with take home, evidence based materials, refined by a highly skilled presenter with over 30 years of practice.

Our course atttendees rate us highly and enjoy the approach and presentation style.

We want to bring high quality affordable courses to venues all over Ireland and hope you can join us. Please contact us with any queries.



Aims of the course:

 

This course covers Attachment Theory through the life cycle from birth to infancy and early childhood development and implications of Anxious-Avoidant, Anxious-Resistant, and Disorganized attachment styles right through adolescents and adulthood.

The role of attachment Theory in adaptive/maladaptive cognition and behaviour throughout teens, adolescence and into adulthood will be explained with a particular emphasis on relationships, parenting and capacity for love and implications of Anxious-Avoidant, Anxious-Resistant, and Disorganized attachment styles.

 

This learning is designed to enhance your knowledge and skills on the role of attachment and its influence on behaviour and relationships All of the above are designed to enhance your clinical practice.

 

Outcomes:

 

  • To generate understandings of the role of attachment theory across the lifespan.
  • To generate an awareness and understanding of adaptive/maladaptive behaviours which can be accounted for by attachment style
  • To generate an Understanding how attachment can be a feature for good or ill in relationships with self and others
  • To generate an understanding of the psychological and sociological implications of Anxious-Avoidant, Anxious-Resistant, and Disorganized attachment styles.
  • To assist the learner to reflect on the many aspects of attachment theory
  • To provide a solid foundation of theoretical understanding - to underpin professional practice
  • To understand the cycle of behavioural change from the work of Miller and Rollinick (2013).
  • To generate an understanding of the challenges faced by individuals who engage with the process of change from contemplation to relapse. Use of CBT Techniques for Behavioural Modification will be explained and practiced.

 

Register your interest now for the next presentation of the course by email to booking@cpdinstitute.ie