Communication skills and the therapeutic relationship - virtual online classroom

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COST: £319

DURATION: 8 Monthly evening VIRTUAL classes supported with manuals and workbooks

INDEPENDENT LEARNING HOURS: 120

ACCREDITATION: CMA, ANHB & IPHM

COURSE CODE: MT1002

This course explores the relationship between the practitioner and the client and how this relationship impacts upon clinical practice and the therapeutic outcome of a complementary therapy programme or intervention. You will explore the application of behaviour change techniques including motivational interviewing (MI), and transactional analysis (TA).

The course aims to enable the student:

1. To acquire the skills to effectively communicate within their professional practice

2. To enhance communication and listening skills with awareness of boundaries and self-care

3. To apply knowledge of behaviour change models to support, motivate and empower clients to make negotiated food and lifestyle behaviour changes to promote health

CURRICULUM You will cover:

• Reflective Practice

• Basic principles of therapeutic communication

• Listening

• Empathy

• Theories of Behaviour Change

• Transactional Analysis

• Neurolinguistic Programming

• Motivational Interviewing

 

You will have many opportunities through the module activities to practice some of the skills with a volunteer (family or friend).

Your next opportunity to study is 24th August 2021 for 8 monthly classes

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