CMSUK Webinar: ‘Different strokes for different folks: The BodyMind Approach for people with persistent bodily symptoms for which tests and scans come back negative’

We are pleased to announce that booking for our next lunch-and-learn webinar is now open. This is the sixth in our 2017 series of webinars which are being offered free of charge to Members (and Pending Members) as part of CMSUK's quest to offer greater access to training and support for members.

Aims of presentation:

  • To introduce the problem and a possible solution for people with symptoms such as fibromyalgia, IBS, chronic pain, chronic fatigue and other persistent bodily symptoms
  • To share outcome evidence

Professor Helen Payne, PhD; UKCP;

Fellow ADMP Reg. dance movement psychotherapist pioneered DMP in the UK leading the professional association, first post graduate accredited training, research and publications. She is trained in Laban Movement Analysis, Person-Centered Counselling, Group Analysis and Authentic Movement, works with children, adolescents and adults, conducts research, supervises PhDs, teaches and examines at doctorate level nationally/internationally. She is the founding editor-in-chief for the international peer reviewed journal ‘Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy’ published by Taylor and Francis. She is clinical manager for the University of Hertfordshire’s spin-out Pathways2Wellbeing which supports people with persistent bodily symptoms for which tests and scans come back negative.

Susan Brooks, MSc; MA; MSc; MBA; CQSW; HCPC Reg.; FHEA;

Retired Senior Lecturer University of Hertfordshire. Her background includes extensive experience in biological sciences, criminal justice, Senior management in public services, education and social work. Her current approach to the delivery of clinical services reflects this multi-disciplinary context. Areas of special interest: Mental Health; Substance Misuse; Bio-psychosocial approaches; Research. She is a Director for the University of Hertfordshire’s Pathways2Wellbeing.  

Venue Online Webinar
Date Friday 8th September 2017
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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