Great Communities Events

As part of our mission, we run face to face and online training events. 

  • Community events are focused on giving you the skills to identify and deal with thinking and mindsets that put you at greater risk of both physical and mental diseases.
  • Facilitator training events are designed to train facilitators to deliver events through the broader community beyond what we could do by ourselves.
  • Professional training events deliver practical schema therapy skills to enable professionals in general practice, counselling and social work.
Great Communities has training events, both face to face and online

Professional training: Good Enough Parenting in Practice

Date: 21st June 2020 and 28th June 2020

Where: Online seminar

This 3 hour online seminar will introduce the Good Enough Parenting model – where a pattern of nurturing interactions tends to build adaptive schemas, but a pattern of exasperation interactions tends to build maladaptive schemas in children. Please click here for more details. Time will be provided for Q&A.

Hurry as places are limited.

45min.

Professional training: Social Isolation and Alienation during COVID-19

Date: To be announced

Where: Online seminar

This 90 minute online seminar will cover the effects of COVID-19 related social distancing and stay at home/shelter in place health directives on people who have social  isolation or alienation maladaptive schemas. The seminar will focus on impacts on both general populations and vunerable groups. Time will be provided for Q&A.

45min.

Professional training: Vulnerability to Harm or Illness during COVID-19

Date: To be announced

Where: Online seminar

This 90 minute online seminar will cover the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on people who have vulnerability to Harm or Illness maladaptive schemas. The seminar will focus on impacts on both general populations and vunerable groups. Time will be provided for Q&A.

45min.

Chapter 2 : Information Architecture

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1hr. 10min.

Dr John Louis

Professional councillor

John is a trained Schema Therapist and his PhD thesis identified 14 positive schemas. He is passionate about the development of schemas in children through parenting, as well as any impact of culture or gender on schemas.

Dr Mark Timlin

General Practitioner

Mark has practiced medicine in the United Kingdom, Australia and Afghanistan. He has practiced in hospitals, refugee health, prisons and with refugee populations. He has a long association with John Louis delivering schema therapy based training.

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