This is a two day online workshop (10-11 June 2021). Online Login details and copy of handouts will be emailed 5-7 days prior to the workshop start date.
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Dr Charlie Heriot-Maitland is a clinical psychologist, researcher, and trainer who integrates different therapeutic approaches, in particular Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT). He provides psychological therapies for a CFT practice called Balanced Minds and also runs compassion training workshops for practitioners and the general public. Charlie is a clinical psychologist, researcher and trainer currently based at the University of Glasgow. Charlie completed his clinical psychology training at the University of Oxford, and has delivered psychological therapies in a variety of NHS settings in London and the South East. In his private practice, he provides psychological assessments, formulations, and interventions that integrate different therapeutic approaches, in particular CFT and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, but also drawing on other mindfulness-based and emotion-focused therapies.
Charlie's academic and research interests mainly lie in the application of CFT in psychosis, and he has recently been awarded a Fellowship by the Medical Research Council (MRC) to forward the scientific knowledge this area. He is currently researching the social context of anomalous experiences and the application of CFT for people experiencing distress in relation to psychosis. He was involved in the Compassion for Voices project, which created an animated film about the compassionate approach to relating with voices, which has been viewed over 200,000 times.
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