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
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
I’ve worked for many years with teenagers labelled as angry, and poorly behaved, first as a teacher, and currently as a counsellor. I’ve developed ‘Working with Anger’ groups, aimed at teenage boys. We make sure they feel heard. And then we support them as they begin to take more control over their lives, even under difficult circumstances in school and at home.
We don’t have a magic wand, but we’ve a track record in helping young men engage with school more effectively!Read More