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MRC - Working with Behavioural Addictions - Gambling, Gaming, Pornography (07/10/23) CPD Presenter: Eoin Stephens
Online - Zoom
07-10-2023   Starts: 10:00.a.m. - 13:00.p.m.
3 CPD hours
IACP Members only

Places Limited to 80

Bookings will close Thursday 5th Oct 23

MRC - Working with Behavioural Addictions - Gambling, Gaming, Pornography

Presenter's Bio:

Eoin Stephens is a therapist, supervisor & trainer who has worked in the areas of Disability,Counselling/Psychotherapy, Addiction, & Mental Health for over 30 years, specialising in an individualised, pluralistic approach to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. He has a BA Psychology, Dip Counselling, MA Cognitive-Behavioural Counselling, MIACP, MACI.

He was particularly active in the field of Behavioural Addictions for a number of years, as well as working at a senior level in
counselling/psychotherapy education, and received the IACP Carl Berkeley Memorial Award in 2010.

His work is currently focused on understanding the problems faced by autistic adults, & their specific
therapeutic needs. He is autistic himself, having made the discovery over 10 years ago.

Workshop Outline:

The nature of addictive behaviours Definition & Assessment Vicious Cycle model CBT approaches.

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