The three day event will take place at the University of Bath from 3-5 September, beginning on Tuesday with a choice of 12 full-day workshops, followed by 2 packed out days featuring a wide range of skills classes, keynote talks, roundtables, panel discussions and poster presentations.
As part of this year’s conference, Mayden is sponsoring one of the full day workshops: Revolution in Mental Health Service Delivery: The Evolution of Low Intensity CBT. This is a special event for all professionals who deliver Low Intensity Psychological interventions and will celebrate the contributions of the CBT workforce over the past 10 years, with talks from a number of speakers who contribute to Low Intensity CBT, including David Clark and Paul Farrand.
The agenda focuses around important topics including therapist wellbeing, future CPD needs and progression and development within Low Intensity roles. There will also be an update on the accreditation of the Low Intensity workforce and an opportunity to meet the BABCP Low Intensity Special Interest Group committee.
In addition, we will be exhibiting both our iaptus and bacpac patient management systems at the event, and are excited to share demos and talk to you about the advantages of moving from pen and paper to a robust system that will keep your client notes safe.
Bacpac is our affordable, intuitive, and secure client management software, created for individual or a small practice counsellors and psychological therapists. It contains all the features you need to run a successful and efficient practice.
We’re excited to be offering a 30% discount on the subscription price of bacpac to those that attend.
We’ll also be showcasing iaptus – the leading patient management software for psychological therapies, built alongside our partner services in the NHS IAPT programme to support services providing high volume, low intensity therapy.