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January 2017

Working With Children & Young Peoples Conference 2017

January 30, 2017 - January 31, 2017
Free

Welcome to the 2017 Working with Children & Young People Conference.

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February 2017

Examining the New Ethical Framework Conference 2017

February 27, 2017
Free
Examining the New Ethical Framework Conference 2017

Welcome to the 2017 Examining the New Ethical Framework Conference.

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June 2017

Working with Victims of Torture Conference 2017

June 26, 2017
Free
Working with Victims of Torture Conference 2017

Welcome to the 2017 Working with Victims of Torture Conference.

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Working with Trauma Conference 2017

June 28, 2017
Free
Working with Trauma Conference 2018

Welcome to the 2017 Working with Trauma Conference.

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July 2017

International Supervision Week Conference 2017

July 9, 2017 - July 14, 2017
Free
International Supervision Week Conference 2018

Welcome to the 2017 International Supervision Week Conference.

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September 2017

“Behind the Screen” Event Series – VIDEO REPLAYS

September 11, 2017 - January 29, 2018
Free
Behind the Screen

The aim of the series of events is to provide an up-to-date overview of the opportunities and challenges that exist for therapists working in a technological age in 2017.

Kate and Carole aim to make the events interactive.

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The Hidden Virtue: Towards a New Understanding of Humility in Counselling and Psychotherapy – Heather Dale

September 29, 2017 @ 5:15 pm - 6:15 pm BST
Heather Dale

There is a pivotal point where the therapist can become convinced that they know what is ‘best’ for their client, albeit at an unconscious level. This may lead to a rupture in the therapeutic relationship. Through the use of vignettes this paper will explore the signs (red flags) that allow practitioners to become aware that they have lost sight of the virtue of humility necessary for safe and ethical practice.

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When Did Grief Get So Complicated? … and What Practitioners Need to Know About It – Susan Delaney

September 29, 2017 @ 8:15 pm - 9:15 pm BST
Susan Delaney

The debate continues amongst practitioners about whether grief should ever be considered a disorder; many practitioners believe that grief is a normal response to loss and should not be medicalised whilst others believe that grief can become disabling and may need specialist intervention. This talk will consider the current controversy and will discuss the evidence for a complicated grief disorder. Information on recognising when grief has become complicated will be offered along with a discussion of international treatment initiatives and an update on what is happening in Ireland and the UK.

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January 2018

Working With Children & Young People Conference 2018

January 30, 2018
Working With Children & Young People Conference 2019

Welcome to the 2018 Working With Children & Young People Conference.

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February 2018

Working With Self Harm Conference 2018

February 27, 2018
Working with Self Harm Conference 2018

Welcome to the 2018 Working With Self Harm Conference.

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March 2018

14th Annual Transactional Analysis Cumbrian Conference – Ray Little, Enid Welford, & Andy Williams

March 3, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm GMT
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Theme - Looking Backwards, Looking Forwards and the Maintenance of Clinical Boundaries

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Working With Trauma Conference 2018

March 27, 2018
Working with Trauma Conference 2018

Welcome to the 2018 Working With Trauma Conference.

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May 2018

Working With Couples Conference 2018

May 29, 2018
Working with Couples Conference 2018

Welcome to the 2018 Working With Couples Conference.

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June 2018

Working With Anxiety & Depression Conference 2018

June 26, 2018
Working With Anxiety & Depression Conference 2018

Welcome to the 2018 Working With Anxiety & Depression Conference.

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July 2018

International Supervision Week 2018

July 3, 2018 - July 4, 2018
International Supervision Week Conference 2018

Welcome to the 2018 International Supervision Week Conference.

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September 2018

Working Therapeutically Online Conference 2018

September 25, 2018
Working Therapeutically Online Conference 2018

Welcome to the 2018 Working Therapeutically Online Conference.

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October 2018

Practitioner Self-Care Online Conference 2018

October 30, 2018
Practitioner Self-Care Online Conference 2018

Join us for a full day devoted to discussing the important topic of practitioners self care

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November 2018

(PPS Event) – Naming And Shaming Therapists: Protecting The Public Or Harming Therapy? – Philip Cox

November 2, 2018 @ 5:15 pm - 6:15 pm GMT
Philip Cox

An essential aspect of ethics is to safeguard clients from harm that may have occurred from attending therapy. In a profession that is inherent with risks because we work in-relation-with-others, therapists who seem not to succeed in meeting the delicate balance between doing good work vs. poorer work can become enmeshed in quasi-legal complaint procedures. The culture of publicly ‘naming and shaming’ therapists is having an unintended outcome because the public process means an important debate around this sensitive topic risks being silenced. It seems the policy of naming and shaming may itself contribute to further difficulties and anxiety, and so may engender defensive practices and more complaints. This presentation suggests the awareness, discussion and management of unintended harm signals good and ethically-grounded practice, rather than poor clinical practice.

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(PPS Event) – How “Private” Is Your Practice In Cyberspace? Are You Tech Ready? – Catherine Knibbs

November 2, 2018 @ 8:15 pm - 9:15 pm GMT
Catherine Knibbs

Cyberspace offers Counsellors, Psychotherapists and Psychologists a space to connect, advertise and work using the medium of technology. However this technology comes with risks and dangers for us as practitioners, from our own social media to cyber security. This is much more than GDPR and Facebook. Our privacy and our clients’ can be compromised if we don’t understand how cyberspace operates and how our presence in this space can affect us. Furthermore technology is in our practice and is exponentially growing and in line with Moore’s law you will be seeing issues that literature doesn’t currently prepare us for. Intrigued? Science faction is on its way and as practitioners we currently need to expand our horizons. The talk will give a brief overview of the issues we can face with q&a about any of this.

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Vicarious Traumatisation & Spirituality – Elise Marshall

November 20, 2018 @ 8:30 am - 9:30 am GMT
Elise Marshall

To define VT and Spirituality. To consider the broad spectrum of practices that relate directly or indirectly to spirituality. To explore how VT and Spirituality each impacts on the other and what we might need in order to nourish our individual spirituality in the face of trauma and great need.

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December 2018

Working With Grief & Loss Conference 2018

December 11, 2018
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Welcome to the 2018 Working With Grief & Loss Conference.

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January 2019

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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February 2019

SOLD OUT – 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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March 2019

Attachment – Transactional Analysis Cumbria Conference 2019

March 2 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm GMT
Attachment - TA Cumbria Conference 2019

The TA Cumbria Conference Committee hopes you'll join us on March 2nd to spend the day considering Attachment.

We are especially delighted to welcome as our keynote speaker, Sue Eusden TSTA(P), who has kindly agreed to speak in 2019 on her doctoral research and the experience of asking for help.

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Interview About the Chapter on ‘Dialectics of Person and Experiencing’ in the Book “Re-Visioning Person-Centred Therapy” – Tatiana Karyagina

March 5 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm GMT
Tatiana Karyagina

We will discuss the chapter, 'Dialectics of Person and Experiencing', written by Tatiana Karyagia and Fyodor Vasilyuk, published in the book "Re-Visioining Person-Centred Therapy: Theory and Practice of a Radical Paradigm".

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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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Intersecting Identities – Pink Therapy Conference

March 30 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm GMT
Pink Therapy

Our seventh conference is themed around Intersectionality, which explores the interconnected nature of social categorisations such as race, gender, faith and disability/health as they apply to a given individual or group, regarded as creating overlapping and interdependent systems of privilege and disadvantage. The term was coined by Kimberlé Crenshaw in 1989 although the dynamics she described of course, predate this.

The majority of the conference will comprise a series of panels which will explore some of the implicit and explicit intersectional issues inside and outside of the therapy room.

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April 2019

Insights Into Sex Offending: Facing the Reality – Juliet Grayson

April 2 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm BST
Juliet Grayson

Juliet set up StopSO (Specialist Treatment Organisation for Perpetrators and Survivors of Sexual Offences). This is a UK wide charity that provides therapy to people who feel at risk of committing a sexual offence (or re-offending). The aim of StopSO is to stop the FIRST sexual crime - and to reduce sexual abuse in the UK. Our 200+ therapists work with all kinds of sexual crimes; from exhibitionism, voyeurism, internet offences, child contact offences, rape, etc. Juliet is the Chair, and a UKCP registered psychotherapist. She will give facts and figures and an insight into working with this client group. It is so important to PREVENT rather than REACT when dealing with sexual abuse.

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Growing The Independent Supervisors Network: An Opportunity To Discuss The Value And Practicalities Of A Peer Network – Robin Shohet & Joan Wilmot

April 2 @ 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm BST
Robin Shohet & Joan Wilmot

Robin and Joan have been running supervision training for over forty years, and  have watched how the field has changed and developed over that time. Robin was instrumental in the setting up of the Independent Practitioners Network in the mid 90s and sees the need for a similar network specifically for supervisors. Tonight, we will be sharing our ideas about why we think such a network is important and inviting the chat room to share their views on how we could take it forward.

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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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Attract More Clients: Keeping It Simple With The Private Practice Angels – Josephine Hughes, Jane Travis, & Sandra Wilson

April 16 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am BST

Josephine, Jane, and Sandra will be discussing how to attract more clients and help grow your private practice with the right mindset, content creation, and social media marketing.

They are passionate about helping clients find therapists and aware that it can be difficult to build a private practice when we are both unsure of how to market and can feel very vulnerable when we are putting ourselves out there for others to see us.

The discussion will give you a glimpse into how Josephine, Jane, and Sandra are helping hundreds of therapists to grow their private practice and feel confident about marketing in an ethical way.

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Creating A Supervision Model That Works For Your Practice – Karin Brauner

April 16 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm BST
Karin Brauner

When I was studying to become a Clinical Supervisor, my favourite module asked us to create a model of supervision that worked for us.

I enjoyed creating this model, and it is the model that underpins and informs my practice. I believe it encompasses many of the aspects required in supervision - the pastoral care, the challenge of one's practice, the administrative aspects, the relationships between client-therapist and therapist-supervisor, the stages of learning of the therapist and level of expertise of the supervisor, and so on.

I compiled these from existing theories, which I will describe briefly in this hour, and explain why I find these important for a thorough and complete supervision model.

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Using Mental Health Apps: Keeping Clients Safe And Understanding Which Are The Best Mental Health Apps To Use – Liz Ashall-Payne & Philippa Weitz

April 16 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm BST
Liz Ashall-Payne & Philippa Weitz

Liz Ashall-Payne, ORCHAs CEO, will discuss with Pip Weitz and John Wilson the benefits of using mental health apps that have been assessed as suitable for mental health care.

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Information Standard for Therapists – Catherine Knibbs, Gary Hibberd, and Craig Stevens

April 16 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm BST
Catherine Knibbs

This interview will discuss the 'Information Standard for Therapists', including how to protect you and your clients in light of the new ePR ruling due out this year, more than GDPR and Cybersecurity. This is essential viewing to know how to protect your information and that of your clients. Delivered by a cyber specialist therapist and Cyber sector professionals (international and GDPR/DPA/ISO27001/Risk management).

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Self Confidence in Business – Richard Maun

April 16 @ 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm BST
Richard Maun

We will look at ways to build our confidence so that we can market and sell ourselves more effectively. The event will include references to TA models, top tips, and a story or two along the way. We are all Ok and this event is for those of us who sometimes feel Not Ok and want to do something about it!

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