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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 CBT for Anger and Violence course has received.
"I found this course very useful on both a personal and professional level. It inspired me to go further and start a group."
Idriis Elmi, Project Worker
"Awesome would describe this course. Has a brilliant wow factor. So much good information and discussion during these two days. The tutor was incredible, somebody who imparts knowledge and helpful skills so readily and easily. I most certainly will be using this course in my daily practice and for the benefit of the mental health population I work with."
Neale Turner, CPN
"It was a very well presented course with excellent materials. It provides a basis to think, conceptualise and develop out in-service anger intervention. Annette was very useful and knowledgeable in providing answers and guidance for "off the cuff" issues. I would highly recommend this course to others. Thank you."
Bert Roex, PWP
"For me an excellent insight into the theory and application of CBT that will enrich my psychotherapy training and learning practices."
Deborah Keith, Organisational Development Manager
"This is actually an excellent course."
Yvonne Buckley, Deputy Regional Manager
"Excellent, will use. Very relevant and practical to implement in our work."
Lesley Jane Ness, Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner
"This has been a very interesting and useful course, both for use in my personal and professional life … The workbook and especially the copy of Dr William Davies' book will prove useful in consolidating the taught material."
Julia Tongue, Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner
"A very well structured course, brilliantly taught. Very easy to use with patients at the counselling centre and at the surgery."
Joanna Dadge, Practice Nurse/Counsellor
"Fabulous course and exceptional delivery. Thoroughly enjoyed how the course was delivered. Content fantastic and handout material far beyond my expectations. Can't wait to attend more to develop my professional career, found really useful in my role with extremely challenging families and can't wait to put techniques into practice."
Heather Featherstone, Family Intervention Keyworker
"I thoroughly enjoyed the course. The variety of media through which it was presented was engaging and interactive. The material was relevant and up-to-date. The surrounding were particularly comfortable and inviting and I found the presentation of the course very professional."
Anne Marie Conlon, Counselling Psychologist
A 3-day course. (2-day and online versions also available.)
Frequent irritability is a demanding condition which requires the therapist to be at home with all elements of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.
Being irritable and angry is remarkably common, and can devastate the sufferer's life in terms of broken relationships, employment, general enjoyment, and, sometimes, criminal conviction. It can be a complicated area with a range of variations, and this course aims to give a comprehensive Cognitive Behavioural Therapy solution.
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: 93%
Average Relevance rating: 92%
*These statistics were last updated in November 2019.