Tutor: Joe Griffin
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The best training on depression I've ever had.
MENTAL HEALTH WORKER
So much new information – makes total sense.
ABOUT THE TUTOR
Joe Griffin B.SC.Hons (Psych), M.PHIL. (Psych), AFBPsS, FHGI is a psychologist with many years' experience both in psychotherapeutic practice and in training psychotherapists - over the last 20 years thousands of health professionals have enjoyed his practical workshops and seminars on effective psychotherapy for treating anxiety related disorders, depression, trauma and addiction.
He works at the leading edge of therapy research... Read more
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How to break the cycle
‒ vital information for everyone
Despite being on the increase, depression is actually one of the easiest disorders to treat successfully and quickly – once you know how.
This new online course with psychologist Joe Griffin, a leading expert in the field, shatters the many myths that still surround this distressing condition and how it should be treated. It also gives you the new insights, information and research findings that have been quietly revolutionising the effective treatment of depression for well over a decade.
Literally thousands of people in the UK and Ireland have already been helped to recover from depression – often remarkably quickly – as a result of the new information taught on this course.
Among other things, you will discover: what really causes depression; why depressed people wake up tired and unmotivated; the link between worrying, dreaming and depression; why some forms of psychotherapy can actually be harmful when treating depression; why the appropriate type of psychotherapy has a dramatically lower rate of relapse than antidepressants and is also the most effective treatment – even with severe cases and postnatal depression.
For the sake of the millions of people affected by depression around the world (including rising numbers of children, young people and the elderly), this information needs to be much more widely known.
It doesn't just transform lives – it saves them...