The Holistic Recovery Course

An Evidence-Based, Multidisciplinary Framework for Rehumanising, Assessing, and Healing Addiction at its Core.

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The Holistic Recovery Course

Total Package: £469

Launch Offer: £97

(This accredited course is 40p per day, broken down over the course of a year.)

Substance use disorders claim the lives of 585,000 each year. 

That’s:

And these are just the fatalities. 

This number doesn’t include the 35 million the World Health Organisation estimates to be currently suffering with a substance use disorder.

Although these figures are disturbing… 

 

The most unsettling thing about them is that they only represent a tiny fraction of the total addicted population. 

In recent years, there has been a growing consensus within the scientific community that the same psychological processes underlie behavioural addictions [1], with one Stanford researcher going as far as to say: 

The smartphone has become the modern-day hypodermic needle
Dr Anna Lembke
Stanford researcher

Which is leading many to now call for an expanded understanding of addiction…

One that goes beyond substances and integrates behavioural addictions too.

The reality is that addiction comes in many forms, such as: 

As a mental health professional, the problem is now so widespread that you can no longer afford not to be addiction-informed. 

Because whatever you’re treating…

You can be certain there’s an addiction (in some form) in the room with you — although it might not always be the presenting issue. 

And when it’s not addressed, it has the potential to derail therapy altogether.

This is why on this page we’ve integrated the latest insights from the world’s leading addiction experts at the cutting edge of evidence-based treatment and research. 

What follows is an invitation to see how this revolutionary treatment model can help you heal addiction at its core and facilitate deep and lasting recovery for your clients. 

The True Prevalence of Trauma in Society is like an Iceberg

There were two primary reasons why we felt we had no choice but to develop this program…

The first: 

Take a look at the grap:

Statistics from the National Institute on Drug Abuse show relapse rates as high as 40-60% for those in treatment [2].

As these figures demonstrate, addiction is notoriously difficult to treat and has one of the worst treatment outcomes in psychotherapy. Research by Kelly et al. (2012) revealed that only 20-30% of individuals with substance use disorders maintained abstinence after one year, while 40-50% of clients treated for depression and anxiety showed significant improvements [3].

The second:

In 2023, we organised The Holistic Recovery Summit in an attempt to understand the mechanisms driving the addiction crisis, why relapse rates are so high, and also what the most effective treatment approaches are. 

Over the course of interviewing 40 of the world’s leading researchers and clinical psychologists in evidence-based addiction treatment (people like Dr Janina Fisher, Dr Richard Schwartz,  Prof. Steven Hayes, Dr Anna Lembke, and Dr Stephen Porges), we gradually unravelled the core problem at the heart of addiction treatment. 

Unfortunately, it’s so deeply embedded—both culturally and systemically—that many treatment providers and clinicians now take its assumptions for granted. 

We know it by:

The Disease Model

Gradually, it began to dawn on us the devastation this has caused…

For those struggling, their families, treatment providers, communities, and society at large. 

Dr. Andrew Tatarasky—a clinical psychologist on the frontline of treatment and leading pioneer in the Harm Reduction Movement argues: 

The central assumption guiding the disease model (and the approaches stemming from it) is that addiction is located within the person’s biology [4]…

Isolated from their developmental history, social, cultural, and existential context.

According to this view, addiction is a permanent condition which can only be treated using a combination of abstinence and psychiatric drugs. 

In essence, it “packages” the addiction — drawing neat and clear boundaries around it, so that it fits the pre-ordained criteria of the disease model. 

Then hands it off to the medical establishment, deeply ingrained in a standardised, “one-size-fits-all” treatment approach. 

This does three things: 

  1. It fails to heal the chemical forms of addiction it is designed for, while often disempowering the individuals receiving treatment.
  2. It invalidates the struggles of those suffering with behavioural addictions. 
  3. It makes treatment inaccessible to a large percentage of the addicted population. 

 

It also ignores the immense complexity, meaning, and healing potential contained within addictive processes.

Because the reality is that addiction goes beyond substance use disorders. 

It has origins, manifestations, and levels—that as a field—we’re only beginning to understand.

Which is why what we discovered during The Holistic Recovery Summit was so important. 

Specifically, when Dr Janina Fisher and Dr Anna Lembke brought to our attention the divide between trauma and behaviour camps in addiction treatment, a new breakthrough occurred.

Finally Bridging the Gap Between Trauma & Behaviour

There is a sharp divide between two “camps” in the addiction treatment field:

Between those in the trauma camp → who argue that all addictions are rooted in trauma, so healing can only occur by addressing the underlying root causes [5].

And those in the behaviour camp → who counter that the primary focus needs to be on changing addictive behaviours, because these are responsible for the current suffering in our clients’ lives.

In our view, this doesn’t have to be a binary, either/or, dichotomy as many make it out to be.

We believe there is validity in both perspectives. 

Which means we need a flexible solution. 

A middle way.

One that allows us to both identify (and heal) the root causes, while, at the same time, empowering clinicians to immediately work on changing the addictive behavioural patterns.

After interviewing 40 experts for the Holistic Recovery Summit and considering each of their perspectives… 

We recognised we needed to go deeper and beyond the narrow biological lens of the disease model in treatment.

Because addiction is a multi-dimensional problem, it requires a multi-dimensional solution — one that sees individuals in their broadest possible context. 

And by viewing it through a psychological → biological → social → existential lens, we realised we could create a new model that could heal addiction at multiple levels. 

Here’s what it looks like through this new paradigm.

The Four Dimensions of Addiction Treatment

Psychological/Developmental (1)

Perspective: Addiction is a psychological phenomenon. To treat it, we need to address deep seated attachment wounds and developmental trauma.

Examples: Schema Therapy, Internal Family Systems, Gabor Maté: “Don’t ask: why the addiction? Ask: why the pain?”

Biological/Behavioural (2)

Perspective: Addiction is a biological phenomenon that causes measurable changes in the brain and nervous system. To treat it, we need to help individuals rewire neural patterns, change their behaviour, and re-balance their dopaminergic reward system.

Examples: Marc Lewis’ Learning Model, Polyvagal theory and addiction as a “nervous system state regulation strategy” (Jan Winhall).

Social/Cultural (3)

Perspective: Addiction is an adaptive response to a maladaptive culture which has led to social isolation and cut us off from the conditions required for human flourishing. To treat addiction, we need to take a contextual approach, focusing on group and social interventions.

Examples: Bruce Alexander’s Rat Park experiments [6], Johann Hari: “The opposite of addiction is not sobriety, it is human connection,” Rachel Wurzman, Lee Robins studies [7] on Vietnam veterans, Indigenous populations [8], harm reduction, safe use injection sites, drug policy reform.

Existential/Spiritual/Meaning-Making (4)

Perspective:As humans, we need to feel connected to something larger than ourselves which provides a transcendent source of meaning in our lives. E.g. A connection to a sense of purpose, nature, religion, or spirituality. When this connection is severed, we seek to fill the existential vacuum with substances or behaviours.

Examples: AA and 12 Step Groups, Meaning-Centred Therapy for Addictions, Carl Jung: “Alcohol is the reduced form of spirit. Therefore, many people, lacking spirit, take to drink”

Notice how the disease model narrowly focuses on biology—and ignores the other three perspectives? 

This is limiting because it means we are only addressing one quarter of the full sphere of human existence.

However, when you leverage all four, it empowers you to see the full picture and take a holistic (and humane) approach to treatment.

Furthermore, these elements exist in an interrelated loop. 

Meaning that issues in one area “spill over” into and negatively affect other areas too. 

For example, developmental trauma (quadrant 1), may lead to problems trusting others which could lead to social isolation (quadrant 3). When missing social bonds, clients may seek to get social needs met in maladaptive ways by “bonding” with substances or behaviours (quadrant 2). 

As the addiction gradually takes up more “real estate” in your client’s mind, it becomes their central source of meaning, disconnecting them from their internal world, their body, and other life-giving sources (quadrant 4). 

Taking this into consideration, we knew we needed a treatment model which: 

— Is grounded in the latest research in neuroscience and developmental psychology. 

— Allows us to deal with the full spectrum of addiction cases, ranging from alcohol, to drugs, to food, and technology.

— Enables us to treat root causes and addictive processes simultaneously — and doesn’t see this as an “either/or” dichotomy

— Does not require abstinence and can begin at whatever stage the client is currently at.

Which led us to…

The Flexible Recovery Process (FRP)

Psychological/Developmental (1)

— Schema Therapy (assessment + identifying root causes)

— IFS (treating developmental trauma + creating more flexibility in the client’s internal system)

Biological/Behavioural (2)

— Polyvagal Theory (creating safety + building nervous system capacity for trauma work)

— Lewis’ Learning Model & Neuroplasticity (understanding the developmental process underlying addiction and recovery)

Social/Cultural (3)

— Harm Reduction (making treatment accessible, motivating, and relevant to the full spectrum of addictive processes)

— Social & Group Interventions (helping clients build social resources)

Existential/Spiritual/Meaning-Making (4)

— Existential Approaches to Recovery (helping clients reconnect to a transcendent source of meaning in their life)

Not only does it help you to identify the root causes of addictive behaviours… 

It also enables you to create a holistic treatment plan that accounts for all four of the above dimensions and targets the areas of greatest need. 

And you can begin immediately.

Because FRP is grounded in harm reduction principles, there are no barriers to treatment.

Which means you can start working with clients at whatever stage of the addiction spectrum they currently find themselves on.

After condensing 37 recovery summit interviews down into seven of the most impactful, we invited seven leading pioneers to create a training path with us. 

Over time, this has developed into a multidimensional framework for re-humanising and healing addiction at its core, involving: 

Theoretical lectures, outlining the core concepts of each approach and how they can be applied to treat addiction.

In-session “demo” videos, showing how the theoretical content can be used in real life situations with clients.

Application guidelines, offering simple, step-by-step instructions for applying the theory covered in your clinical practice. 

CPD Certification (Level 7) & Assessment, to test your knowledge and demonstrate your commitment to your ongoing professional development. 

For the first time, The Weekend University is opening up a revolutionary live cohort training path to bring a limited number of mental health professionals to the cutting-edge of evidence-based addiction treatment.

Introducing…

The Holistic Recovery Course

We’re on a mission to bring together the world’s leading pioneers to tackle the biggest problems currently facing mental health professionals. 

However, we’re also on a mission to empower you with everything you need to offer the best possible service to your clients. 

Both today and in the future.

So if you invest in one addiction learning resource in your lifetime…

We believe this is the most valuable, adaptable, and accessible training program on the market today and that it will continue to benefit you (and your clients) for years—if not decades—to come.

The Holistic Recovery Course comes with seven modules to give you an overview, assessment, and treatment toolkit for understanding and treating addiction, including:

Below you’ll discover what’s inside each module, and how it works for you:

Module 1

Neurobiology & The Learning Model with Prof. Marc Lewis

£67 Value

This module starts with an introduction to the latest neurobiology of addiction and recovery with Professor Marc Lewis – a neuroscientist and developmental psychologist from the University of Toronto.

Here, you’ll learn how Lewis’ revolutionary learning model and the new science of neuroplasticity can be applied in addiction treatment and recovery.

Module 2

Harm Reduction Psychotherapy: the Foundation of All Addiction Treatment - Dr Andrew Tatarsky, PhD

£67 Value

In this module, Dr. Andrew Tatarsky, Ph.D., the Director of Clinical Programming at the Freedom Institute in New York City, introduces “Integrative Harm Reduction Psychotherapy.” Dr. Tatarsky has spent over four decades on the frontlines of addiction treatment and has been a pioneer in shaping a comprehensive harm reduction approach to the complexities of substance use disorders.

Module 3

Schema Therapy as an Assessment & Treatment Tool with Liz Lacy, LCSW

£67 Value

In module three , you’ll delve into the fundamentals of schema therapy with Liz Lacy, LCSW, exploring its significance and effectiveness in addressing addictive behaviours.

Module 4

Polyvagal Theory with Jan Winhall

£67 Value

In this module, Jan Winhall, MSW, FOT, an educational partner with the Polyvagal Institute and a collaborator with Dr. Stephen Porges, explores the unique application of Polyvagal Theory in treating trauma and addiction.

Module 5

Group & Social Interventions with Dr Rachel Wurzman, PhD

£67 Value

In module five, Dr. Rachel Wurzman, a licensed therapist, a PhD neuroscientist, and the co-founder of Seekhealing introduces the neuroscience behind the intrinsic human need for connection.

Together, you’ll explore why clients become unwell without it, and how adopting practices based on the relational model of social health restores equilibrium to social neurochemistry and neurophysiology.

Module 6

Existentialism, Spirituality, & Meaning Making in Recovery with Guy du Plessis

£67 Value

In this module, Guy du Plessis from Cape Town, South Africa, introduces how existential philosophy and psychology can provide a unique perspective and toolkit for addiction recovery.

Module 7

Internal Family Systems with Cece Sykes, LCSW

£67 Value

In this final module, Cece Sykes from Chicago, Illinois, introduces the foundational aspects and practical applications of Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS) for treating addictive processes.

Live Cohort Information - Spaces Available

In July 2024, we’re opening a limited number of spaces for a Live Cohort.

When you join the Holistic Recovery Course, you’ll take part in a live cohort alongside fellow mental health professionals who are committed to being at the forefront of evidence-based care. 

Each week, we’ll have a live Q&A Session with the module instructors, where you can get your questions answered and discuss the key takeaways from that week’s module of the course.

Please note that this opportunity is being made available to 15,000+ participants from our Holistic Recovery Summit last year, and there are only a limited number of spaces in the live cohort. 

So, if you are interested in participating, please ensure to join early to avoid disappointment.

Moving Towards Your CPD Certification

The Assessment Team at the National Council of Integrative Psychotherapists (NCIP) rated the programme as a Level 7 equivalent Practitioner Specialism CPD course. 


This means that upon completion of the assessment, participants who score 80% or higher will be awarded a “Certificate of Practitioner Specialism – Addiction Informed Practice” and receive ____ CPD Points.

Here’s how you’ll access this after completion:

Unconditional Zero Risk Guarantee Applied For 6 Months

Today, when you join The Holistic Recovery Course, you’re backed by a full six month (180 day) guarantee. The course will roll out over seven weeks, which means there’s plenty of time to learn, implement and decide. 

Then, if you aren’t satisfied with the content, simply email “support@theweekenduniversity.com” and we’ll start processing your refund immediately – with no questions asked.

This means you can try everything out today with zero risk on your part.

However once that timer ends, this offer closes.

So if you’re interested in joining the Holistic Recovery Course, our six month guarantee allows you to make your decision later. 

Run through the full seven modules, take multiple weeks to implement the content, and then see how it sits. 

In the unlikely event of you feeling that it hasn’t enhanced your clinical skills and practice, simply email us at anytime during the six month period, and you’ll receive a full, immediate, and hassle-free refund.

Get started for less than 27p per day.

We’ve called this combination of trainings The Holistic Recovery Course.

And for good reason…

It bundles the current best and leading holistic methods of treating addiction. However, in the future, each of the seven modules may be sold separately for £67 each.

However, for this initial cohort, we’re offering a 79% discount, meaning the investment in the total package today is just £97.

That’s a saving of (£469 – £97 = £372), which, when you break it down over the course of a year, is:

Choose either lifetime access to the Holistic Recovery Summit or a year-long premium membership:

Holistic Recovery Summit

Lifetime Access Offer:
£97
£ 67 One-time payment
  • CPD Certification for 37 hours of continuing professional development (value = £675.60)
  • Lifetime access to all 37 Session videos (£3,500 value)
  • Bonus #1 - Polyvagal Theory & Trauma Online Course w/ Deb Dana (£197 value)
  • Bonus #2 - Internal Family Systems & Trauma Online Course w/ Dr Richard Schwartz (£197 value)
  • 37+ hours of expert sessions in downloadable MP3 format - so you can listen on the move
  • Session Transcripts
  • 6 x Module quizzes to help you integrate the knowledge learned during the sessions.
  • Access to our exclusive summit member's group, where you can connect with like-minded people, share your insights and engage in meaningful discussion with other all access pass members.
  • Total value = £675.60 + £3,500 + £197 + £197 = £4569.60

Weekend University Premium
Membership:

£197
£ 97 Billed Annually
  • Includes everything in the Holistic Recovery Summit Lifetime Access Offer AND:
  • Unlimited access to our Master Library, containing over 5 years of fascinating psychology and psychotherapy lectures and interviews (200+ sessions) [value = £1,800]
  • Free Premium All Access Passes to TWU’s Annual Psychology Summit for the duration of your membership [annual value = £97]
  • Subscriber-Exclusive Podcast Feed to add to your favourite podcast player (e.g., Apple Podcasts or Google Podcast App)
  • Unlimited CPD Certification (upon completion of multiple choice quizzes)
  • Lifetime access to the recordings from all past TWU summits [Value = £194]
  • Premium supplementary learning materials for new sessions, including: audio files, transcripts, talk summaries, multiple choice quizzes, handouts, and slides
  • Access to our Psychology Insider Discussion Forum. Here, you can connect with like-minded practitioners on a similar journey, get your questions answered, and share your unique insights
  • An ad-free, premium, uninterrupted viewing experience.
  • BONUS #1 — Attachment Theory & Psychotherapy Online Course w/ Professor Jeremy Holmes (Value = £99)
  • BONUS #2 — Depth Psychology Course on Freud, Jung, Klein & Winnicott w/ Dr Mark Vernon (Value = £99)
  • Total value = £4569.60 + £99 + £99 + £99 + £97 + £194 + £1800 = £6957.60
Best Option

Please remember that:

So, if you’re ready to join The Holistic Trauma Live Cohort, please click one of the orange buttons above to join.

Getting Started Today!

Once you input your details through the form, you’ll be taken to your specific login portal where you’ll make your account. 

Access to the course will begin on Friday 6th September. 

From that date onwards, each module will be released on a weekly basis. Here’s a snapshot of what it’ll look like from the inside:

Each training module contains:

Until now, we’ve only been scratching the surface when it comes to helping clients heal from addiction. 

And one thing The Holistic Recovery Course aims to do is integrate the most effective, evidence-based approaches into a simple, powerful, and accessible framework that allows you to tackle addictive behaviours immediately, while simultaneously addressing the root causes. 

 

So there are…

Two Paths to Re-Humanising Addiction From Here

If all we have is a hammer, and everything looks like a nail… then we’re limited in our capacity to treat the full spectrum of addictive processes across their many manifestations and levels. 

The more we learn about it, and its manifestation in the body and mind… the more we realise that a holistic, multidimensional approach is required.

One that accounts for the whole person; mind, body, spirit, and social context.

Moreover, treatment needs to be tailored to each individual’s unique situation, at that particular moment in time, with their needs, in ways that progress them forward. 

That’s why we believe that it’s vital for anyone working with addiction to be armed with a wide range of tools and methods. 

It’s also why we’ve gone to great lengths to bring together seven world leading experts (from a wide range of disciplines) within the Holistic Recovery Course.

So that those who take this training will be at the forefront of their field, and equipped with the latest science-based strategies for healing and transforming addiction.

Click below to add this package to your order now.

Please note – there are only a limited number of places available in the premier cohort, and they’re given on a first-come, first-serve basis. So join early using any of the buttons on this page to confirm your spot.

The timer on this page shows the amount of time left before this program pulls offline for several months as we work with the first participants. It also means an end to the huge discount offer you’re seeing today.

So all that’s left to do is to click the button below, join the program, test out each module, and start putting the process into action. 

Again, in the unlikely event you don’t feel this is something you can use in practice, simply email support@theweekenduniversity.com, and you’ll receive a full and immediate refund—with no questions asked.

Together, our aim is to revolutionise and rehumanise addiction treatment, and we’d love to have you on this journey with us too.

Total Package = £693

Today’s Offer:

Holistic Recovery Summit

Lifetime Access Offer:
£97
£ 67 One-time payment
  • CPD Certification for 37 hours of continuing professional development (value = £675.60)
  • Lifetime access to all 37 Session videos (£3,500 value)
  • Bonus #1 - Polyvagal Theory & Trauma Online Course w/ Deb Dana (£197 value)
  • Bonus #2 - Internal Family Systems & Trauma Online Course w/ Dr Richard Schwartz (£197 value)
  • 37+ hours of expert sessions in downloadable MP3 format - so you can listen on the move
  • Session Transcripts
  • 6 x Module quizzes to help you integrate the knowledge learned during the sessions.
  • Access to our exclusive summit member's group, where you can connect with like-minded people, share your insights and engage in meaningful discussion with other all access pass members.
  • Total value = £675.60 + £3,500 + £197 + £197 = £4569.60

Weekend University Premium
Membership:

£197
£ 97 Billed Annually
  • Includes everything in the Holistic Recovery Summit Lifetime Access Offer AND:
  • Unlimited access to our Master Library, containing over 5 years of fascinating psychology and psychotherapy lectures and interviews (200+ sessions) [value = £1,800]
  • Free Premium All Access Passes to TWU’s Annual Psychology Summit for the duration of your membership [annual value = £97]
  • Subscriber-Exclusive Podcast Feed to add to your favourite podcast player (e.g., Apple Podcasts or Google Podcast App)
  • Unlimited CPD Certification (upon completion of multiple choice quizzes)
  • Lifetime access to the recordings from all past TWU summits [Value = £194]
  • Premium supplementary learning materials for new sessions, including: audio files, transcripts, talk summaries, multiple choice quizzes, handouts, and slides
  • Access to our Psychology Insider Discussion Forum. Here, you can connect with like-minded practitioners on a similar journey, get your questions answered, and share your unique insights
  • An ad-free, premium, uninterrupted viewing experience.
  • BONUS #1 — Attachment Theory & Psychotherapy Online Course w/ Professor Jeremy Holmes (Value = £99)
  • BONUS #2 — Depth Psychology Course on Freud, Jung, Klein & Winnicott w/ Dr Mark Vernon (Value = £99)
  • Total value = £4569.60 + £99 + £99 + £99 + £97 + £194 + £1800 = £6957.60
Best Option

Holistic Recovery Summit

Lifetime Access Offer:
£97
£ 67 One-time payment
  • CPD Certification for 37 hours of continuing professional development (value = £675.60)
  • Lifetime access to all 37 Session videos (£3,500 value)
  • Bonus #1 - Polyvagal Theory & Trauma Online Course w/ Deb Dana (£197 value)
  • Bonus #2 - Internal Family Systems & Trauma Online Course w/ Dr Richard Schwartz (£197 value)
  • 37+ hours of expert sessions in downloadable MP3 format - so you can listen on the move
  • Session Transcripts
  • 6 x Module quizzes to help you integrate the knowledge learned during the sessions.
  • Access to our exclusive summit member's group, where you can connect with like-minded people, share your insights and engage in meaningful discussion with other all access pass members.
  • Total value = £675.60 + £3,500 + £197 + £197 = £4569.60

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Here’s everything in 260 words

The Holistic Recovery Course is a revolutionary training pathway which rehumanises addiction and provides mental health professionals with the most effective models, frameworks, and strategies for treating it.

It contains the following seven modules:

Each is valued at £67 and may be sold separately in the future.

However we’re offering the full program at 79% off to the premier live cohort.

That’s a saving of (£693 – £97) = £596!

Until the timer on this page ends, you can join today for the reduced price.

Please note: this offer is for a live cohort with a limited number of practitioners.

Places will be given on a first-come-first-serve basis, so if you’re interested in participating, please register early to avoid disappointment.

Additionally, we’re providing a six month guarantee, allowing you to join today and try the program out risk free.

It’s the first of its kind to utilise a contextual trauma-informed treatment approach, meaning you can work on reducing the harmful effects of addictive behaviours (immediately), while simultaneously addressing the root causes. 

Live Cohort 2024 - Key Information & Dates

Starting on Friday 6th September, one module will be released each week for the duration of the 7 week course. 

The live cohort sessions will take place on Thursdays at:

— 7pm UK Time
— 2pm Eastern
— 11am Pacific

** The only exception to this is the final live cohort session with Cece Sykes, which takes place on Wednesday 23rd October. ** 

The sessions will provide an opportunity to connect with your peers, engage in live Q&A discussion with the course instructors, and get your questions answered.

Attendance is recommended but not mandatory. 

Although the course officially starts on Friday 6th September, there will be an introduction and meet & greet session in week 1 on Thursday 5th September. 

In each subsequent week, the focus of the live cohort session will be on the content of that week’s module. For example, Module 4 on Polyvagal Theory will be released on Friday 27th September, meaning the live cohort session on Thursday 3rd October will be with Jan Winhall.

This gives you four six full evenings to watch and take notes on the course content before the cohort session. 

Below you can find the key course dates and module release information. 

Please mark these in your calendar so that you can attend as many as possible.

Thursday 5th September

Introduction + Meet & Greet Session

Dr. Natalie Fraser

Introduction + Meet & Greet Session

Thursday 5th September

Introduction + Meet & Greet Session

Dr. Natalie Fraser

Introduction + Meet & Greet Session

Friday 6th September 



Thursday 12th September

Module Release



Live Cohort Session

Prof. Marc Lewis

1 → Neurobiology & The Learning Model

Friday 13th September



Thursday 19th September

Module Release



Live Cohort Session

Dr. Andrew Tatarsky

2 → Harm Reduction Psychotherapy: the Foundation of All Addiction Treatment

Friday 20th September



Thursday, 26th September

Module Release



Live Cohort Session

Liz Lacy

3 → Schema Therapy as an Assessment & Treatment Tool

Friday 27th September



Thursday 3rd October

Module Release



Live Cohort Session

Jan Winhall

4 → Polyvagal Theory

Friday 4th October



Thursday, 10th October

Module Release



Live Cohort Session

Rachel Wurzman

5 → Group & Social Interventions

Friday 11th October

 



Thursday 17th October

Module Release

 



Live Cohort Session

Guy du Plessis

6 → Existentialism, Spirituality, & Meaning Making in Recovery

Friday 18th October

 



Wednesday, 23rd October

Module Release

 



Live Cohort Session

Cece Sykes

7 → Internal Family Systems