EMOTIONAL DYSREGULATION & VIOLENT BEHAVIOUR
This course is designed for practitioners who have completed our two-day training course in working with parents/carers with psychological needs (or equivalent) and who want to extend their knowledge and understanding of working with individuals experiencing emotional dysregulation or who are prone to angry/violent behaviour.
The one-day course explains why these behaviours might develop and explores characteristics that will help identify people experiencing these issues. Participants will also be introduced to practical strategies and techniques that they can use to work more effectively with service users and which will help them deal with difficult situations.
WHO SHOULD DO THIS COURSE?
If you have completed PM Psychology’s two-day course, ‘Working with Parents / Carers with Psychological Needs’ or have completed similar training, this course will give you greater understanding of issues relating to emotional dysregulation and violent behaviour. It will help you to better understand people’s behaviour and would be useful for family support workers, early years practitioners, teachers, social workers, health visitors and family outreach workers.
WHAT WILL I LEARN?
In the morning session, you will begin with an exploration of why some people find it difficult to manage and regulate their emotions. You will then learn about the kinds of behaviours which might demonstrate someone is experiencing these challenges and the strategies they might use deal with this. The session then looks at a range of strategies and techniques that you can use in order to help you work effectively with people in this situation.
The afternoon session focuses on the steps that could lead to violent behaviour. You will begin by looking at why people might demonstrate angry or aggressive behaviour, looking at the role of factors such as family background, personality, substance use and mental health. Th escalation of anger into violent behaviour is then explored and throughout, you will learn how to recognise the signs that a person is becoming angry or aggressive and learn some strategies for de-escalating their behaviour. Throughout the day, there will be an emphasis on knowledge and skills that will support you in your everyday professional life and there will be opportunities to reflect on what you have learnt.
HOW LONG IS THE COURSE?
This is a ONE-day course, running from 9.15-5.00. Refreshments and lunch are provided.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
The cost of the course is £149 +VAT per delegate. If you are interested in holding the training for a team or larger group, contact us to discuss a group discount. Discounts are also available for registered charities: contact us for more information.
Our 2022/23 course dates are to be confirmed. To register your interest or find out more, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0203 3030 3176
MEET THE PEOPLE WHO HAVE DESIGNED THE COURSE
Shaun is a consultant forensic psychologist, and he brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the development and delivery of PM Psychology’s training courses. Click to read more...
Alex is chartered forensic psychologist and company director. His current professional practice focuses on medico-legal work, with a focus on family court proceedings. Click to read more...
Margaret is a director of PM Psychology. Her professional background is in education and training. Click to read more...
Lianne has been Director of Operations since 2017. She brings a wealth of knowledge of the business market within the North East to PM Psychology. Click to read more...