Integrated evidence-based training delivered by experts in their field.

The field of clinical psychology and psychiatric medicine is diverse and complex but there is commonality across their sciences. What may seem straight forward on the surface is crowded with complexity and should be considered with a focus on many of the following factors:-

  • Diagnostic factors,
  • Cognitive factors,
  • Behavioural factors,
  • Neuropsychiatric / neurobiological factors,
  • Organic / psychical health factors,
  • Motivational factors (and poor motivational practices),
  • Issues associated with attachment,
  • Substance misuse factors,
  • Trauma factors,
  • Factors associated with appropriate counselling / conversational supports,
  • Signposting / advocacy factors,
  • Factors associated with human rights and mental health law,
  • Factors associated with NHS services,
  • Factors associated with risk and risk management,

Evidence Based Training

Our training is highly detailed and extremely knowledgeable across a very broad area of expertise. We constantly update our courses and maintain the highest standards at all times. This philosophy has been the backbone of our organisation for 20 years – there’s very little that we don’t know. Which we think is quite important!

Training plays a critical role within organisational and staff development, research and public health promotion. We ensure that all courses are designed and maintained with the high quality evidence-based material and fully referenced. We maintain and update a database comprising 1000s or peer-reviewed empirical science and expert studies on a daily basis. This material is available to support delegates’ post-learning needs free of charge.

There are many high quality organisations that operate in the field of psychology and psychiatry. But there are many underqualified operators in this sector too. Unfortunately, many myths and fallacies endure in learning environment; or at least remain unchallenged. This can have significant impact of organisational and client wellbeing in a number of ways. Organisations commonly employ training providers with little reference to their qualifications. Even worse, they assume that the training content has an empirical evidence base. Organisations believe the trainer’s messages, the trainer believed someone else and so it goes on. Myths and fallacies become postulated.

Our clients and delegates can be confident that the all training has an evidence base and that delegates are supported with training material and resources that has been evaluated to be empirically sound. And we deliver this in a enjoyable and engaging style.