With Rob McAlpine
For Adults and Adolescents
An attachment-based intervention for depression and related disorders
This course is a MUST for people early in their profession, and for those looking to polish their skills in IPT. Participant numbers are limited for maximum interaction and skill development.
Presented by Rob McAlpine PhD, MAPS, Clinical Psychologist, Certified IPT Trainer. Rob has delivered many IPT trainings throughout Australia and in the USA, presenting with wisdom, clinical insight and skill. Rob provides supervision and consultation byphone, Skype and face to face.
Interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) is an evidenced-based intervention developed for the management of depression. IPT is a brief, time-limited intervention initially developed for the treatment of depression in adults. The treatment is based on the premise that no matter what constitutes the underlying cause of the depression, the depression is inextricably linked to the client’s interpersonal relationships. The goals of IPT are to decrease symptomology and to improve interpersonal functioning by enhancing communication skills in significant relationships.
Interpersonal psychotherapy for depressed adolescents (IPT-A) has also developed a sound evidence base and is effective in the management of depression in adolescents.
Pre reading will be provided to ensure best use of interactive workshop time.
Date: 8 & 9 March 2018 commencing at 9.00am – 4.30pm.
Location: Mecure Monte Pio – Dwyer Street, Maitland
Cost – Earlybird $475.00 if booked before 7th February 2018
Standard $550.00 if booked after 7th February 2018
Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea are included in the cost above.
To book please email, phone or fax your name, contact details and any dietary requirements to the following:
- email to email@example.com
- Phone 02 49320432
- Fax 02 49320433
Certification – on completion of this workshop participants will achieve The Interpersonal Psychotherapy Institute’s Level A Certification – Basic Training in IPT.
Please contact 02 49320432 for all general enquiries.