Cognitive Remediation Therapy Workshop 2017
Mrs Geraldine Davis
Psychology PO 77
Tel: 020 7848 5040
This is an intensive small group workshop for a maximum of 20 places.
It includes some teaching and live demonstration, video presentations, group and pair work, role plays and practice on CRT tasks. The aim is for trainees to gain enough working knowledge of CRT and to have had sufficient practice of CRT tasks to be able to begin therapy with clients under appropriate supervision.
Dr Matteo Cella & Dr Rumina Taylor
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