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Hoarding Disorder - Choice & Control

Duration

1 day
Course Time: 9.30am - 4.30pm

Course Overview



Choice and Control in Hoarding Disorder is designed to be an educational, interactive and empowering day that works to positively impact participants' active client work and improve outcomes for people who hoard as well as the professionals who engage with them.

This one-day course encourages attendees to learn and utilise skills that will generate functional working models which can be improved upon and adapted to their own practice. The hoarding relationship will be explored in the context of the cycle of change and the use of Motivational Interviewing and direct interventions will be discussed throughout different stages of this process.

Learning Outcomes



By the end of this course delegates should be able to:
  • Utilise practical skills versus theoretical framework
  • Generate functional working models which can be improved and adapted
  • Understand interventions throughout the hoarding relationship
  • Explore Motivational Interviewing at different stages of this process
  • Learn interventions which have shown to improve outcomes

  • Methods of Delivery



    Our specialist trainer uses different methods to deliver the Choice & Control in Hoarding Disorder course including: case studies, interactive presentations, group discussions and video examples.



    • Course Content
    • Audience
    • Training Considerations
    • Certification
    • Related Courses

    Course Content

    • Hoarding Disorder: definitions and relevant legislation
    • Overview of positive engagement
    • Risk & Risk Assessment
    • Motivational Interviewing and the Cycle of Change
    • Techniques to challenge compulsive acquisition and the failure to discard
    • Case study work and review

    Target Audience

    This training delivers functional models for support and is relevant for delegates who are currently engaged with people who hoard.

    Training Considerations

    This training delivers functional models for support and is relevant for delegates who are currently engaged with people who hoard.

    Certification

    Upon completion of the course, the delegates will receive a certificate of attendance.

    Related Courses

    Mental Health Awareness
    Motivational Interviewing: Helping People Change
    Working with Hard-to-Engage Service Users
     
    Hoarding Disorder - Choice & Control
    Duration: 1 day
    Course Time: 9.30am - 4.30pm

    Course overview:

    Choice and Control in Hoarding Disorder is designed to be an educational, interactive and empowering day that works to positively impact participants' active client work and improve outcomes for people who hoard as well as the professionals who engage with them.

    This one-day course encourages attendees to learn and utilise skills that will generate functional working models which can be improved upon and adapted to their own practice. The hoarding relationship will be explored in the context of the cycle of change and the use of Motivational Interviewing and direct interventions will be discussed throughout different stages of this process.

    Learning Outcomes:

    By the end of this course delegates should be able to:
    · Utilise practical skills versus theoretical framework
    · Generate functional working models which can be improved and adapted
    · Understand interventions throughout the hoarding relationship
    · Explore Motivational Interviewing at different stages of this process
    · Learn interventions which have shown to improve outcomes



    Methods of delivery:

    Our specialist trainer uses different methods to deliver the Choice & Control in Hoarding Disorder course including: case studies, interactive presentations, group discussions and video examples.





    LEARNING OBJECTIVES
    · Hoarding Disorder: definitions and relevant legislation
    · Overview of positive engagement
    · Risk & Risk Assessment
    · Motivational Interviewing and the Cycle of Change
    · Techniques to challenge compulsive acquisition and the failure to discard
    · Case study work and review


    TARGET AUDIENCE
    This training delivers functional models for support and is relevant for delegates who are currently engaged with people who hoard.

    TRAINING CONSIDERATIONS
    This training delivers functional models for support and is relevant for delegates who are currently engaged with people who hoard.

    CERTIFICATION
    Upon completion of the course, the delegates will receive a certificate of attendance.



    RELATED COURSES
    Mental Health Awareness
    Motivational Interviewing: Helping People Change
    Working with Hard-to-Engage Service Users

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