|Posted on 31 May, 2016 at 14:45|
It was my absolute privilege to have the chance to present the Fusion Model to a group of thirty head teachers at a conference at MK Dons this week.
I used the opportunity to describe to them the difference between the medical and recovery models of mental health. More importantly, I described how Fusion, whilst being part of the recovery movement also represents a new prevention model; providing the kind of psycho education and mind management skills which build emotional resilience.
I described how I feel it is not just our current mental health system which is seriously flawed, but how we train our mental health practitioners too. Many counsellors, after years of expensive training, emerge from their studies without the skills to resolve PTSD, anxiety, depression, anger and self harm. Many do not know how to prevent suicide.
My own work in promoting fast track training based on the cutting edge discoveries now emerging from neuroscience, has shown these life-enhancing and potentially life-saving tools can be passed on quickly to those who would like to know how to have ‘a therapeutic conversation’.
I have distilled all my own training and experience into a programme which passes on the knowledge which can change lives, improve wellbeing and help build resilience. You can become a Fusion Breakthrough trainer for as little as £525.
Perhaps someone could tell the NHS?