Working with At Risk Mental State (ARMS)

Provided as part of the CBT for Pyschosis series.

Facilitator

Dr Louise Johns is a consultant clinical psychologist in the Oxford Early Intervention in Psychosis Service, overseeing the delivery and evaluation of psychological therapies for clients and their caregivers, together with training and supervision of staff. She is also an honorary senior research fellow in the Department of Psychiatry, and an associate member of the Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre.

Louise has extensive clinical and research expertise in working with people with an at risk mental state (ARMS).

 

Training Information

About the Course

Previous research in OASIS (a South London service for young people with an At Risk Mental State) has contributed to our understanding of the development of psychotic symptoms. A common feature of the At Risk Mental State is attenuated psychotic symptoms, and we have found that cognitive processes are disrupted before the expression of full-blown symptoms, and may be important in their aetiology. Following up these young people provides a means of identifying factors that influence symptomatic and functional changes over time and predictors of outcome in this group.” 

An opportunity to develop knowledge and skills to help you and your service to deliver evidence based psychological interventions to people who present with ARMS, and to meet the Access and Waiting Time Standards.”

 

Date and venue

Wednesday 3rd January 2018

Training is to be held at the University of Exeter, Streatham Campus, Washington Singer Building, Perry Road, Exeter. EX4 4QG.

Booking:

The cost of the event will be £90 per place.

Online Payments can be made using the following webpage; http://store.exeter.ac.uk/product-catalogue/college-of-life-and-environmental-sciences/clinical-education-development-and-research-cedar/working-with-at-risk-mental-state-arms