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This short discussion will give you a practical understanding of when it's appropriate to disclose and for what reasons, looking at it from a Client and Counsellors perspective. Things we need to take action about and when to put the responsibility into the Clients hands.Find out more »
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Discussing decolonising traditional mono cultural and heteronormative talking therapy topographies.Find out more »
A Conversation Between The Psychodynamic And Person Centred Approaches – Roslyn Byfield & Mike Trier
Roslyn Byfield, a Psychodynamic counsellor, and Mike Trier, a Person Centred counsellor, explored some of the differences and similarities in the ways that each of us work with clients. Underpinning this discussion will be a curiosity about how far each of us have moved from where we started during our training. We will start our discussion comparing how each of us values the importance of linking the past to the present.Find out more »
The Digital mHealth Conversation Series 2019: What are the Benefits and Risks of Delivering Mental Health Care Through Technology Instead of Face-to-Face and What Impact Does the Removal of Face-to-Face Human Interaction Have? – Philippa Weitz
Over 2017/8 MindTech and the James Lind Alliance identified the Top 10 questions for digital technology in mental healthcare, these were filtered down from an initial 1350 questions, submitted by people with lived experience and health professionals. It is their intention that these will guide the funders of research to ensure that future research is focused on answering these questions and that the potential of digital technology for mental health can be fully realised.
We hope these questions will help inform us about a vision for the future of mental health care and challenge the current way we deliver research, training, and therapy.Find out more »
Couple Dynamics With A Triad Relationship And How To Engage In A Balanced Non-Judgmental Way – Ian Wallace
Come take a journey with me into the fascinating and frightening world of Couple Counselling. Explore with me the difference of the dynamic and how to engage with both people in a balanced way. Learn some of the ways you can help the Couple engage with the work and you.Find out more »
Counselling Is Not Like Selling Shoes – How To Market Your Private Market Online: Content Creation – Karin Brauner
As a private practitioner, I know how tricky it can be to "put yourself out there" and "market" your practice.
It is for this reason that I've created a service built around supporting therapists to improve their websites with images, videos, and other content that tells the client exactly why they want to work with this particular counsellor.Find out more »
Couples Therapy: Do One-to-One Therapists Need Extra Training To Work With Couples? – Juliet Grayson
Juliet will describe her six modular (2 days per module) training in depth, so that listeners can find out more about what is involved in being a couple therapist. She will share models and discuss topics that may come up when working with couples, such as emotional fusion (co-dependence) and differentiation. She will also talk about unconditional love, and whether one should 'expect' this from a life partner. She will explore ways in which people are enmeshed and fused, and the different ways this can manifest.Find out more »
This event will offer an outline and illustration of The Soulcentric Development Wheel which is a nature-based model of human development. The model is based on over 30 years of research by Bill Plotkin and the Animas Valley Institute. The model expresses 8 stages of human development with 9 passages with mature adulthood and life-enhancing cultures being rooted in transpersonal experience and revelation.
This event is not a training, it is an opportunity to begin to hear about and explore this visionary model for our urgent time. Reading the resource book will help beforehand, but not essential. This event is offered with kind permission of Bill Plotkin.Find out more »
Following from my event in April (16th) about Creating a model of supervision that works for your practice, I'd like to gather some points that are crucial for development and sound practice that therapists should be getting in their supervisory relationship, and that supervisors should be offering to their supervisees.Find out more »