Forthcoming Courses

2018
Workshops in Birmingham


May 12 FREE,



Contact: mussdavid@gmail.com

IN HOUSE WORKSHOPS- for voluntary organisations
If you have more than 10 volunteers, happy to provide in house training at minimal cost to you. Contact me at mussdavid@gmail.com Organisations already using the Rewind: Rape Crisis, Mind, Police, Bereavement counsellng, etc.


3rd FEBRUARY 2018
-LEEDS
Saturday 3rd FEBRUARY 2018
At The Old Fire Station East Leeds LS9 6NL

10am to 4pm
 £70 for the day including lunch & CPD cert

ONLY 18 PLACES PLEASE RESPOND QUICKLY
TO BOOK please email info@anchor-therapy.co.uk or call Georgia Cooper on 07710 024 595
OCTOBER 13, 2017

 BESTT (Brighton and East Sussex Talking Therapies)


Course run by Jen Popkin- accredited Rewind Trainer 


venue is Annexe 3VA, 
8 Saffrons Road Eastbourne East Sussex BN31 IDG. Organisation is BESTT (Brighton and East Sussex Talking Therapies). Contact: info@bestherapy.co.uk or 01323 430803 or 01273 672140
REWIND WORKSHOPS 2017
Dr. Muss, the originator of the Rewind, will be facilitating the training in the forthcoming workshops:

Birmingham University

June 10  Feedback:
Hi David, 
 I wanted to say thank you. It was really good. I did the treatment on my sister over Skype last night. It took some time identifying her trauma but she got there. After a couple of hours she told me that when she thought about having a panic attack she's no longer feeling anxious, the anxiety has gone. She said it's amazing. I on the other hand didn't want her to get her hopes up just yet! I told her to wait two weeks. I'll speak to you again soon.
July 10-
Hi David,
IES attached and  I did complete one before the Rewind and I recall you saying something along the lines of me having PTS. I remember it was well over 25.  Anyway, I can tell my scores have gone down. I feel much happier, sleeping much better and most of all I am not getting very upset about the trauma when I see and hear reminders. I am in a completely different mindset. I have sent my sister the form and will send that to you once I get it back from her- I have been nagging her for it all last week. Her panic attacks have stopped by the way.

September 16 Feedback
Hi David
I really enjoyed the training and your style of delivery. I am looking forward to having a go with the Rewind Technique soI can feel confident to use it. 


CONTACT: Via this website or mussdavid@gmail.com
17 Feb 2017
MARCH 1,2017 SOUTH AFRICA
ARTT - The Association for Rewind Trauma Therapy ( www.artt.org.uk ) and FAMSA Knysna and Plettenberg Bay(Registered Rewind Trainer Centre) Present Rewind Technique Workshop for Treating PTS/TSD If you work with traumatised clients, this may be the most important training you do. Date: Wednesday, 1 March 2017 Time: 09h00 – 16h00
Venue: The Rock Church – corner of Main Street and Queen Street, Knysna
PROGRAMME 09:00 Workshop starts
11:00-11:15 Tea and Coffee
11:15 – 13h00 Workshop continues
13:00 – 13h45 Lunch break –( please bring your own/take-away shops nearby) 13h45 – 16h00 Workshop continues
The first part of the workshop is spent on the theory of how the Rewind works and looks at the advantages of replacing coping strategies such as CBT with the definitive filing of the distressing and recurring involuntary recall .This is followed by considering the best way to assess the need for treat- ment and how to demonstrate whether the outcome of treatment has been successful. There will then be a practical demonstration.
The second half is practical. Every delegate will experience the technique and be competent to use the Rewind Technique by the end of the course. The workshop ends with a questions and answers session.
Online support whenever needed after the course. A comprehensive manual on how and when to use the Rewind will be provided so note taking can be kept to a minimum. This workshop programme is suitable for those who wish to help clients that have been traumatised by surviving or witnessing life threatening events and are consequently suffering from Post Traumatic Stress. Learning outcomes and objectives
  • Competence in applying the Rewind Technique
  • A clear understanding of how and why the Rewind works
  • A solid grounding in recognising and treating PTS/PTSD Facilitator: Sue Sutton Therapist from England, registered with the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (BACP). She has a par- ticular interest in working with grief and loss, and trauma. She is certified as a Rewind Technique trainer for the International Association for Rewind Trauma Therapy (IARTT). Sue Sutton has been a FAMSA volunteer for 4 years – firstly coming through Travellers Worldwide and then returning every 2 years combining a tourist visit as well as offering her time to FAMSA for which we are very grateful. All profit made from this workshop will go towards assisting our community through counseling, trauma support and training. Booking information. Fees: R750.00. (EFT can be made prior to the workshop or can be paid at the office in Spring Street before the workshop) Early bird special - register and pay by 24 February and get 10% discount R675-00
TO BOOK: Confirm your intention to attend by emailing the Registration Form below to: knysna@famsa.org.za or calling 044 3825129 REGISTRATION Rewind Technique FAMSA Knysna Name and Surname Cell no. Occupation Council Registration number Email Address Address Describe your involvement regarding Trauma Work Payment Method
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BIRMINGHAM UNIVERSITY  MARCH 25, 2017

Become a Rewind Technique practitioner.

WORKSHOP BY THE ORIGINATOR DR. DAVID MUSS 

If you work with traumatised clients (rape, abuse,  domestic violence, near death accidents etc.), then this is possibly the most important training you will ever do. 
           
Approved by the British Psychological Society  for 6 hours CPD 
                            Cost: £185   Numbers limited to 70 
 
CONTACT DR. DAVID  MUSS at mussdavid@gmail.com 
(founder of the International Association for Rewind Trauma Therapy
28 Jan 2017
Vicenza workshop completed 28/01/2017
Bucharest: February 4th 2017
Workshop started at 9am and ended at 7pm. 85 people attended.