Comfort Zone can train doctors to ‘tune-in’ emotionally to patients to improve wellbeing and psychological health.
Training for Doctors
In my experience of healthcare the more emotionally intelligent doctors are, the more able they are to help patients feel comfortable not just physically but emotionally too. Based on 25 years as a Clinical Psychologist in the NHS I have developed Comfort Zone, a training package to help doctors ‘tune-in’ emotionally to patients to help with their wellbeing. Doctors will have a simple tool to help discuss patients’ emotional wellbeing with them, monitor it and help patients feel as good as possible.
What is Comfort Zone?
- Comfort Zone is a unique intervention designed to help people learn to regulate their own intense emotions in order to remain calm and positive.
- Comfort Zone can help people regulate their own feelings and improve their potential to promote their own well-being .
- Comfort Zone is based on Attachment Theory (Bowlby 1969) which is a robust and well evidenced account of emotional development.
Recognition for Comfort Zone
Comfort Zone has been piloted, peer reviewed, published and presented at the following conferences:
- Northern Association of Infant Mental Health December 2013
- World Association of Infant Mental Health June 2014
- Marce Society September 2014
- British Psychological Society Division of Clinical Psychology December 2014
How can Comfort Zone help doctors?
- Comfort Zone promotes good outcomes for patients as empowers patients to improve their psychological health which is an important aspect of their physical health and recovery
- Doctors can explain Comfort Zone to patients in a matter of minutes
- A group of 12-20 doctors can be trained to use Comfort Zone in a day
I can assist doctors with consultation, training and workshops. Please contact me to discuss your requirements and find out more.