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APT prides itself on the feedback we receive about our courses. Below is just some of the great written feedback The DBT Masterclass course has received.
"Really enjoyed meeting for the Masterclass, an opportunity to pool knowledge and gain useful titbits to take home to further the service and help DBT flow more progressively."
Barbara Stevenson, Therapist
"I feel I am leaving with a refreshed enthusiasm to apply DBT in work environment."
"APT’s resources, dedication and helpful nature all through has been really good to work with. Well recommended training and training provider. Thank you."
Ruth Imber, Case Manager CAMHS
"Once again, thank you for really fantastic training. The examples you provide are always so thought provoking and relevant. Invaluable experience of actually running a group. Thanks very much."
"What a superbly and comprehensively presented course! Trainer was extremely knowledgeable on the model and presented in a humorous, engaging and very accessible way. I have learned an enormous amount!"
Clare Nott, Clinical Psychologist
"This was an excellent course which has really communicated the model and developed my understanding and confidence. The tutor was an extremely good presenter and facilitator who brought the model to life with her knowledge, enthusiasm and passion for DBT."
Lynn McDonnell, Clinical Psychologist
"I have benefited form this course immensely and have already started incorporating DBT principles into my practice."
Estella Thomas, Deputy Nurse manager
"Amazing, inspirational, can't wait to use these skills professionally and personally."
Daune Green, Advanced Practitioner OT
"Excellent course - very useful. I felt that this really consolidated my knowledge - I have left feeling very passionate and enthusiastic regarding moving a DBT service on."
Katie Ulett, Dramatherapist
"Excellent course delivered by an excellent tutor with all relevant content that I feel will incorporate every aspect into my practice."
Sharron Plews, Senior Learning Disability Nurse
"Oh my goodness... where to start... Hard work, thought provoking but ultimately very inspiring. Liz's style of delivery brought to life the previous 6 days of training and enabled me to visualise how a DBT service might work with our partners in NPS. She also gave me confidence in myself to take these skills forward into my everyday practice. Thanks!"
Kirstin Williams, Forensic Practitioner
"Extremely valuable and refreshing training - challenging and highly pertinent to all areas of my practice."
Scott O'Leary, Social Worker
"Excellent. Love the tutor's enthusiasm. It is so refreshing. Overwhelmed with how much I have learnt in 10 days. Feel well equipped for a new challenge. Fun / exciting / thought-provoking. Extremely informative. Excellent experience/learning opportunity."
Leanne Walsh, Mental Health Nurse
"The tutor was exceptional! He was able to include everyone's needs - from so many varied backgrounds and circimstances and did everything possible to incorporate each individual."
"I found the course useful, interesting and very applicable to my area of work."
Linda Craig, Clinical Psychologist
"Excellent course, very much enjoyed it and look forward to putting it into practise."
Robyn Davies, Staff Nurse
"Well presented 3-days and very informative conclusion to this valuable training ... Feel ready to implement DBT in my work place."
A 4-day course.
After attending the DBT Masterclass delegates are expected to substantially develop both their knowledge of DBT and their skills.
The major teaching techniques on this course are case presentation and discussion, video-presentations, and reflective exercises, so delegates are expected to substantially develop both their knowledge and their skills during the four days.
We continuously monitor the quality of our training by obtaining feedback on the two key scales of relevance and presentation from every course delegate. Below are the average ratings for the last ten runnings of this course.
Average Presentation rating: 95%
Average Relevance rating: 96%
*These statistics were last updated in April 2017.