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(3 day online course)

This online Learning Lab offers an introduction to the theoretical background of DIT and the application of the model in a clinical (online) practice, with as important topics the therapeutic attitude, working in a limited time, formulating a psychodynamic diagnosis and applying psychodynamic interven

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(1 day online followup course for DIT certification)

After completing the fundamentals DIT learning lab (www.rino.nl/1203) you may enroll for this advanded course to become a certified DIT practioner. Course details will be updated soon

Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT)

Learning Lab by Karin Wagenaar & Lieven Migerode

To be announced

Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) is a well-known humanistic approach to psychotherapy formulated in the 1980’s and developed in tandem with the science of adult attachment, a profound developmental theory of personality and intimate relationships.

Eetstoornissen: Online diagnose & behandeling

Learning Labs door Sandra Mulkens, Hermien Elgersma, Rozemarijn Vos en Renate...

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(2-daagse Nederlandstalige online cursus (please note that this Learning Lab is in Dutch))

Dit Learning Lab neemt je mee in alle stappen van vroegsignalering, diagnostiek en het behandelproces van intake tot terugvalpreventie van mensen met een eetstoornis, in de veranderende behandelcontext naar meer online werken.

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(2 day online course)

The aim of this Learning lab is to enable you to implement Prolonged Exposure treatment for PTSD effectively and immediately in an online setting.

Five shades of anger: the importance of intervention

Learning Lab by Limor Navot & David Bernstein

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(2 evenings online course)

Anger is one of the most challenging issues in the therapy relationship. How do we intervene when anger poses a danger outside of the therapy relationship, as in situations of domestic violence?

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