IARTT Events

MARCH 10 2018. FREE REWIND TRAINING WORKSHOP BIRMINGHAM UK
The Rewind, in clinical use since 1991
Approved by the British Psychological Society Learning Centre for the purpose of Continuing Professional Development ( 6 CPDs ).
The outcome of the course is to impart the Rewind so that participants leave competent in its use.
The demand in the UK is 1.5 million not treated.
VENUE: BIRMINGHAM UNIVERSITY
Timetable
10:00-16:00
To book: mussdavid@gmail.com
Originator of the Rewind for PTSD.

MAY 5- 2018
The Rewind, in clinical use since 1991
Approved by the British Psychological Society Learning Centre for the purpose of Continuing Professional Development ( 6 CPDs ). 
The outcome of the course is to impart the Rewind so that participants leave competent in its use. 
The demand in the UK is 1.5 million not treated. I hope to train 5000 therapists in the UK
VENUE: BIRMINGHAM UNIVERSITY
Timetable 
10:00-16:00
To book: mussdavid@gmail.com 
Originator of the Rewind for PTSD. 
11 Apr 2017
April 2017- In house training for Reclaim Life
This was the first training held by a newly qualified trainer. Irene Caird can be contacted by outside organisations as well.
Here is her feedback:


In April 2017, I undertook the training in the Rewind Technique of coaches for the charity Reclaim Life based in Leighton Buzzard .
Seventeen individuals attended the course which was both theoretical and practical .At the end of the day a questionnaire was completed by all, checking aspects of what had been learnt .This was invaluable to me as a teacher as I could see where I had not been clear enough.There was good verbal feedback and one said it was the best training she had experienced in years which was nice to hear.
A month later the coaches returned after being given the opportunity to digest the manual by David Muss .They performed Rewind role plays in pairs observed by myself and were given feedback .I had devised a checklist of key points to be included and ticked them as we went along  so it was clear what they had done well and what needed further attention .Coaches were given their individual copies of the checklist for future reference .The questionnaire was repeated to ensure tricky points were understood Coaches reported that they had found this experience valuable and they felt more confident as a result .