Clark Baim är en inspirerande och erfaren utbildare - med humor, värme och entusiasm guidar han deltagarna igenom kursdagarna. Hans djupa kunskaper om anknytning och dess betydelse i praktiskt arbete vilar på en stadig grund. Han har lång erfarenhet av förändringsarbete med individer och grupper, bland annat arbetade han på 1990-talet med gruppterapi på HM Prison Grendon.
Clark var tidigare ledare för Birmingham Institute for Psychodrama och leder nu Change Point Ltd. - en utbildningsorganisation med fokus på socialvård och psykisk hälsa. Han har utbildat flera tusen utövare från många olika discipliner i anknytningsteori och praktiskt arbete. Han är författare till många artiklar och kapitel i tidskrifter och böcker samt medförfattare och medredaktör av fem böcker.
Sagt om Clark och kursen:
“I have learned a tremendous amount of information about attachment strategies, which will be very relevant in my day to day practice as a psychologist.” (Clinical Psychologist)
“The most interesting training course I’ve been on in 16 years of work as a Probation Officer. This was excellent training, interesting, stimulating, with time for questions and discussion. The course has really helped me to understand discrepancies in discourse, and to think about the function / purpose of self-protective strategies (not just focusing on the surface appearance of the behaviour). I also will use the five stage LEARN Model in my practice – to help clients develop their self-understanding.” (Probation Officer, Cumbria)
“This course was brilliant and effective. It has encouraged me to listen deeply to clients, and apply attachment thinking in my practice. The course has helped me to improve my working relationships with my clients. The book is a fantastic read, easy to elaborate to others and interesting to relate to my practice. There were good exercises and role plays, too.” (Social Worker)
“[The course] enabled me to reflect on my own personal issues - both relationships and internal issues and conflicts.” (Social Worker)
“I have had the chance to reflect more on myself as a person, how I work and how I can improve my working practice. It’s given me a new tool to use in my job.” (Substance misuse/criminal justice worker)
“Thinking about the function of clients’ behaviour, and being able to interpret it through the Dynamic Maturational Model of attachment will greatly enhance my practice.” (YOT worker)
“A big thank you for the wonderful training. I have already begun to reference the model in my reports and when working with clients.” (Social Worker)
“Thank you for an absolutely amazing training experience. It was most inspiring. I learnt so much and I am now paying particular attention to detail when talking to clients and making sense of their discourse.” (Forensic Psychologist in Training)
“I’ve really loved the training. It’s been really helpful for me, for holding families in my mind and seeing new ways forward with them.” (Children’s centre worker)
“It helped me to reflect on my practice, and how my own beliefs, experiences and strategies affect the whole interview and therapy process.” (Educational Psychologist)
“Thank you so much for delivering this training. I think it will have a tremendous impact on our working relationships.” (Children’s Centre Manager)
“Thank you so much for an amazing training. Everyone I have spoken to has taken so much from the training and has learned a great deal.” (Early Years specialist, Children’s Centre)
“Thank you for an absolutely amazing training experience last week. It was most inspiring. I learnt so much and am finding myself paying particular attention to detail when talking to clients and making sense of their discourse. Once again thank you both for allowing me to attend this fantastic event.” (PhD Candidate, Forensic Psychology)