In this event, Alison and Adam are talking live from a Supervisors’ retreat in Byronshire, Northern New South Wales, an annual event which they offer to Supervisors who have completed their Wheel of Supervision Training.
They talked about the Wheel of Supervision Training which emerged from Alison’s doctoral thesis. It approaches supervision from a holistic standpoint: encouraging supervisors to create a personal model that works for them, focusing on putting theory into facilitated practice and on the development of the person of the supervisor.Read More
Karl is looking forward to talking about his passion for Supervision as a profession in itself. And thinking about the question, “Is Supervision for everyone?” Or even, is it for anyone?
Karl developed a supervision practice long before he trained as a therapist and is passionate about the role of Supervision for all fields, not just counselling & Psychotherapy.Read More
In this event, Keith will discuss some of his ideas about supervision, including: the difference between being person-centred and client-centred; issues of responsibility and professional regulation; and supervision across jurisdictions. All these can be framed as part of inter-vision, i.e., super or wider vision between supervisor and supervisee, as distinct from supervision of or over the supervisee.
He also has interests in group supervision; supervision of brief therapy; supervision that is consistent with therapeutic modality; and training supervisors: all areas which might be discussed in this interactive online event.Read More
David has very generously agreed to spend an hour with us thinking about his work with children and young people that has informed the writing of his book “Person-Centred Therapy with Children and Young People.”Read More
The Choice Agenda: Is IAPT Getting the Balance Right for Clients Between CBT and Counselling? – Catherine Jackson & Mike Trier
Following up on the previous two sessions on the differences/similarities between CBT and person–centred counselling, the third session moves on to discuss the wider policy context and the implementation of the IAPT programme.
A recent UKCP survey suggests psychotherapy is no longer valued within the NHS. Catherine Jackson and Mike Trier invite you to join a discussion looking at the implications of IAPT for clients, practitioners and for the counselling and psychotherapy professions.Read More
In the second ‘Conversations about CBT’ Online Event, Elaine Davies (CBT) and Mike Trier (PCA) will focus on ‘Anger’ – in and outside the counselling room.
The discussion will be based on one or two client based scenarios and will tease out the similarities and differences in their approaches.Read More
Differences and Similarities Between CBT and the Person Centred Approach – Elaine Davies & Mike Trier
Elaine Davies, a CBT practitioner, and Mike Trier, a Person Centred counsellor, are discussing how they work with clients. They will each outline key theory that informs their practice, and use this as a basis for discussing similarities and differences in their casework.Read More
During this evening, Alexandre would like to offer the possibility of discussing another way of seeing/observing young people’s behaviour – particularly young people who are LAC (Looked After Child) and those who present risk of offending/criminal activity.Read More
Dwelling Together Around Global Issues – Peggy Natiello, Carol Wolter-Gustafson, Keemar Keemar, & John Wilson
….total reliance on dispassionate analytical rationalism is a certain path to the wrong answer…..the real pursuit of learning is to discover the wholeness/unity of life (Senge et al, 2004).
The future is unknown and unknowable, and we can no longer depend on historic ways of making sense to find our way forward. We must ‘imagine’ a creative way to move through the chaos, and we believe that a person-centered group, focusing on the theme of global issues may shift consciousness and yield new truths.Read More
Kinesthetic Empathy: How the Therapist’s Body Fuels and Facilitates the Therapy Relationship – Sissy Lykou
In this session, we will explore the concept of kinesthetic empathy in therapeutic and also everyday relationships. We will also try to embody it – even whilst we are on-line together!
The dance movement psychotherapist Bonnie Meekums defines kinesthetic empathy as: ‘the process through which our own muscles respond to movement with which we are visually and empathically engaged, as if we were performing the same actions as we see’.Read More
On Becoming an Effective Teacher: Person-centered Teaching, Psychology, Philosophy, and Dialogues with Carl R. Rogers and Harold Lyon
Hal very generously spent some time discussing with us person-centred education, the research underpinning the approach, his two late co-authors and some personal experiences not in the book.Read More
Borderline Personality Disorder: New Perspectives on a Stigmatizing and Overused Diagnosis – Jacqueline Simon Gunn & Brent Potter
Jacquie and Brent very kindly offered to spend an hour talking with us about their perspectives on the diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder.Read More
In this event Dot & Colin talk about their passion for engaging in and facilitating personal and professional development opportunities for themselves and for colleagues. to be helpful to experienced practitioners and to be helped.
Their questions include elements such as: How can we create these nurturing environments and have the courage to continue to step into these opportunities as experienced practitioners?Read More
My aim is to enable a discussion on what it might mean to be client centred: this phrase seems to be used by many counsellors, and indeed by many non-counsellors, for example in health, education and youth work. Maybe we can find some common agreement about what it means, that straddles different modalities?Read More
This discussion is a follow up to my article “Are we really Person-centred? You can’t be a vegetarian and eat meat!”
I hope that the discussion would look at what it means to be a person-centred practitioner, inside and outside of the counselling room, and whether or not we can integrate different approaches to a person-centred way of working without doing a disservice to the approacRead More