Solving Severe Behaviour Challenges (Induction)

Inhouse

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Description

  • Typology

    Short course

  • Methodology

    Inhouse

Description

Introducing a psychodynamic way of thinking about work in a care/support setting.
Suitable for: People working in a care/support setting for adults who have a learning disability.

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Teachers and trainers (1)

Anthony Green

Anthony Green

Course Tutor

BSc Hons Dip RGN RMN RNLD SEN

Course programme

Introduction

The course is based on the belief that the relationship between the carer and the person is a central instrument for a successful therapeutic outcome.

Course Content

  • Brief introduction and overview of the learning processes and assessing the function of behaviour
  • The meaning of the term ‘challenging behaviour'
  • The factors that influence behaviour
  • Positive behaviour management techniques
  • Working services for people who challenge using physical intervention
  • Courses and functions of challenging behaviour
  • Assessing and observing an interactive approach
  • A bio/psycho/social approach to a person centred intervention

Solving Severe Behaviour Challenges (Induction)

Price on request