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January 2019

Thinking About Online Group Supervision In The Context Of A Process Model: The Whole Is Greater Than The Sum Of Its Parts – Philippa Weitz

January 22 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm GMT
Philippa Weitz

I have developed a new model for working with online supervision groups, developing it from Inskipp and Proctors Supervision Alliance Model, modifying the normative, formative, and restorative dimensions for the online supervision group context, and adding two additional dimensions: digital and relational. In this model, I call on the supervisee to challenge and be challenged, and make a case for all online supervisors to be thoroughly trained. All my supervision sessions are anchored in the 2018 BACP Ethical Framework, as required.

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Psychotherapy: A Critical Examination (Research) – Keith Tudor

January 22 @ 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm GMT
Keith Tudor

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Working With Children & Young People Conference 2019

January 29
Working With Children & Young People Conference 2019

Working With Children & Young People Conference 2019 (FREE) If you are a practitioner, we would like you to join in along with other colleagues.…

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#CYP2019 – GDPR: Working With Children And Young People – Sue Lewis

January 29 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm GMT
Sue Lewis

As a practitioner, supervisor, and trainer, Sue has spent some time getting her head around the implications of the GDPR for those working with CYP. Whilst she is by no means an expert on this, she will aim to share her understanding of what is required of us as practitioners, as well as letting you know where to seek further information. This is not an introduction to all things GDPR, but will look specifically at the implications for practitioners working with CYP.

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#CYP2019 – Therapy in the Digital Age: Digital Context, Ethics, and Practice – Ani de la Prida

January 29 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm GMT
Ani de la Prida

In this session, I'd like to share some of my research findings, clinical experiences, and digital dilemmas. The session will explore some of the challenges, risks, and effects that technology including social media and gaming, has on young people, and help practitioners develop strategies for working with young clients within a digital context.

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February 2019

Making Best Use Of Supervision – Steve Page

February 5 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am GMT
Steve Page

We will explore what we can do as supervisees to ensure that we get the best value we can, for ourselves and our clients, from our supervision. This involves being active co-creators, not passive recipients.

Using the five stages of the Cyclical Model as a loose framework, we will consider the contract between ourselves and our supervisor, how we decide what to focus upon in each session, our part in developing a truly open reflective space, forming the bridge from supervision back to our client work, and ways of keeping our supervision under review.

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Together Beyond Trauma (Part III) – Nicoleta Gheorghe

February 5 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm GMT
Nicoleta Gheorghe

As the first two events with the same theme, this event will focus on the consequences of trauma in a relational framework. We'll explore the complex interaction between the intra-psychic process and the external reality from a transactional analysis informed perspective. In this third part, we will pay more attention on transference and counter-transference in the therapeutic relationship.

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(NON-LIBRARY WORKSHOP) Neuroscience for Effective Clinical Practice – Workshop 1

February 11 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm GMT
Maggi McAllister-MacGregor

(NOTE THIS EVENT IS A PAID WORKSHOP AND WILL NOT BE ADDED TO OUR ONLINE LIBRARY) Understanding what’s going on in our heads – how our brain’s work – can help us become better practitioners and help our clients make sense of their experiences in ways that reduce self-blame and self-criticism. Although the human brain is probably one of the most complex structures around, some of the principles on which it works are easily explained. You don’t have to be a neuroscientist to get a better understanding of the brain and nervous system!

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Organisational Trauma: Steps Toward Recovery – Elise Marshall & Norma McKinnon Fathi

February 12 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm GMT
Elise Marshall & Norma McKinnon Fathi

Following on from our previous discussion at Onlinevents, "Collective Disturbance and Vicarious Trauma Within Organisations", where we explored some of the signs of organisations that are in distress. We will spend our time today exploring some of the steps and strategies that organisations experiencing trauma can take to promote well-being, resilience, and recovery.

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The Pro’s and Con’s of Reduced Fees – Jane Travis

February 19 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am GMT
Jane Travis

If you're in private practice, should you offer a reduced fee for certain people, like those on a low income?

Well, it's not quite as simple as it may first appear!

So, here are some points for reflection so that you can get really clear on your own pricing structure and boundaries.

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The Future Of Counselling And Psychotherapy In 2028: How Digital Mental Health Care Might Impact And Disrupt Face To Face Care – Philippa Weitz

February 26 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm GMT
Philippa Weitz

Philippa will talk over a few ideas rising from this research, and aim to engage and discuss with those attending about how the future might look for us specifically as online therapists.

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7 Counsellors Counselled Mike Trier: What Have We Learned? (Part 2) – Mike Trier

February 26 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm GMT
Mike Trier

In 2016, Online Events revisited the Gloria film from the '60s by inviting counsellors from different modalities to counsel Mike Trier to showcase how they operate as counsellors. In this event, John Wilson and Mike Trier will focus on the first few minutes of each session, and in particular, whether the counsellors chose to work in the present or in the past with their client. In part 1, we followed 4 of the counsellors. Here, in part 2, we will follow the remaining 3 counsellors.

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March 2019

Neuroscience for Effective Clinical Practice – Workshop 2

March 11 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm GMT
Maggi McAllister-MacGregor

Understanding what’s going on in our heads – how our brain’s work – can help us become better practitioners and help our clients make sense of their experiences in ways that reduce self-blame and self-criticism. Although the human brain is probably one of the most complex structures around, some of the principles on which it works are easily explained. You don’t have to be a neuroscientist to get a better understanding of the brain and nervous system!

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Interview – Blake Griffin Edwards

March 19 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm GMT
Blake Griffin Edwards

"The Empathor's New Clothes: When Person-centered Practices and Evidence-based Claims Collide" from the book "Re-Visioning Person-Centred Therapy" by Manu Bazzano.

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Psychotherapy: A Critical Examination (Education, Training, And Sustaining Professional Development) – Keith Tudor

March 19 @ 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm GMT
Keith Tudor

More details to follow.

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April 2019

CPD: Are There Any Activities That Do Not “Count”? – Alison Moore

April 2 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm BST
Alison Moore

In this discussion, Alison shares some of her CPD activities and how they are relevant to her practice, and hopes to hear from colleagues on what works well for them.

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Neuroscience for Effective Clinical Practice – Workshop 3

April 8 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm BST
Maggi McAllister-MacGregor

Understanding what’s going on in our heads – how our brain’s work – can help us become better practitioners and help our clients make sense of their experiences in ways that reduce self-blame and self-criticism. Although the human brain is probably one of the most complex structures around, some of the principles on which it works are easily explained. You don’t have to be a neuroscientist to get a better understanding of the brain and nervous system!

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May 2019

Psychotherapy: A Critical Examination (Discipline, Profession, And Social Criticism) – Keith Tudor

May 7 @ 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm BST
Keith Tudor

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Neuroscience for Effective Clinical Practice – Workshop 4

May 13 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm BST
Maggi McAllister-MacGregor

Understanding what’s going on in our heads – how our brain’s work – can help us become better practitioners and help our clients make sense of their experiences in ways that reduce self-blame and self-criticism. Although the human brain is probably one of the most complex structures around, some of the principles on which it works are easily explained. You don’t have to be a neuroscientist to get a better understanding of the brain and nervous system!

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