25/05/2019  – The Neuroscience of Transformation

9:30am registration starts

10.00 am to 5.00 pm (6 hours CPD)

Fee: £95.00 (Early Bird £80)

Venue: Jury’s Inn, 43 Jeffrey Street, Edinburgh

Number of places: 55 maximum




Reviews of Glasgow training day:

In regards to the content of the event, brilliant, Paul was an absolutely excellent teacher, very well informed, passionate about his subject and also very open. Probably one of the best event’s I have been to this year.


It was an exceptional, informative training day. Paul’s knowledge was incredible. Enjoyed hearing from the other attendees.


Thanks again for organising the day – wonderful presenter, exciting topic!


Thank you for all the effort and work you put in to what was a superbly run day.


 I very much appreciated you making the day happen, and on such a fascinating topic.


It was a great day and such a success!! Here’s to your next one!


Sorry did not get chance to say Thank you for an amazing training day


Thank you and your team for such a great event yesterday. Everything about it was so well organised and I felt very welcome, thank you for this.


 Please keep me on your mailing list for other events, Thank you for your great effort in putting it together.


It was a wonderful day, and one of the most useful CPD events I have been to! Well run and organised

Reviews of previous training days:


I recently attended Paul Sibson’s CPD day in Kendal introducing the model of Memory Reconsolidation Therapy.This was a thoroughly engaging and interesting experience.Paul is clearly very well versed in both the theory and practice of this innovative approach and took a group of diverse and clearly seasoned therapy practitioners on a really fruitful, collective journey. As well as what people will have got individually from the day- and I know I learned a lot- there was ample, well timed opportunity for questions to him and discussion in the group. Video clips of case work were very well chosen and aptly underpinned explanation of this modality. Paul also worked effectively to link this relatively new approach to the different schools of therapy represented in the room, showing as he did so an accomplished ability to think on his feet and fielding some complicated and fascinating questions and reflections along the way. All in all an involving and very stimulating  experience.

Charlie Moritz



Paul Sibson has put together a fantastic day as an introduction to Bruce Ecker’s Coherence Therapy which I thoroughly enjoyed myself, and would highly recommend.  Coming from a background of CAT (Cognitive Analytic Therapy) and CRM (Comprehensive Resource Model), I really appreciated the way in which Paul facilitated fascinating discussions around the questions which emerged during the day, and the manner in which he did this reflect his own integrative proclivities and deep personal experience of many different therapeutic approaches.  This was a day of deeply enriching dialogue which also gave us many useful and immediately practical therapeutic tools, as well as help us all think deeply about what we do ourselves in our own modalities.  The concept of memory reconsolidation is central to what we do in trauma “processing“ therapies, and this is a wonderful opportunity to really engage deeply in thinking about this with a superb teacher.

Dr Gordon Barclay,  MA, MBChB, DRCOG, MRCGP, MRCP, MPhil, MRCPsych.

Consultant Psychiatrist (Kintyre/Islay), Argyll and Bute Hospital, Lochgilphead, Argyll.  PA31 8 LD

Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer, School of Medicine, Glasgow University

CAT (Cognitive Analytic Therapy)Therapist, CRM Supervisor and Trainer


A really interesting introduction to Memory Reconsolidation and Coherence Therapy. Paul is hugely knowledgeable about this approach and despite the wide range of modalities of the attendees, there was a lot of insight into how this could fit in to everyone’s client work. I’m very interested in learning more, particularly if delivered by Paul.’

– Soni Cox : Person Centred Counsellor (MBACP.acc)