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Deirdre Boyd

January 02, 2013

Jef Mullins BA(Hons)

... has a BA (Hons) degree in applied linguistics, the history of ideas  and psychology, a double diploma in psychodynamic counselling from the Westminster Pastoral Foundation and the University of Hertfordshire and is a level 15 graduate in effective personal leadership from Leadership and Management International.

As the group treatment and education manager for TTP Counselling Centre, Jef is responsible for the design and implementation of substance abuse programmes across TTP’s 16 services, which include inpatient detox, therapeutic communities, community services and its Recovery Academy in Lancaster.

As a former headmaster, he is passionate about combining insights from the fields of education, leadership and counselling towards a focus on personal success as a key to recovery.

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THE SCARF MODEL OF SOCIAL THREATS: HOW WE CAN APPLY NEUROSCIENCE TO OUR WORK WITH CLIENTS AND STAFF
At the end of the presentation, attendees will be able to:
1) identify the five key domains that trigger the approach/avoid response
2) summarise the key neuroscience findings that led to the SCARF model
3) apply the insights of SCARF to maximise client engagement, motivation and success.
4) apply interventions that maximise social reward and minimise social threat with clients and staff.
5) manage challenging behaviour in the therapeutic environment.

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