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Identity: Exploring the Different Parts of Ourselves and How Clients Might See Themselves – Sarah Felton
What does identity mean? It's more than just the person, it's multi-faceted. It could encompass children leaving home and what does Mum or Dad, or both do next? Does life change? Who am I? Do I see myself as just whatever my job title is? Am I mostly a husband, a wife, or a partner. How far away from who I want to be is my identity?Find out more »
This will be a unique space for male professional nurturers to explore masculinity and their work in the presence of other men. A space to share the difficulties, challenges, and joys.
This workshop will create a safe space for sharing stories, exploring clinical work, making connections, and participating in talks, group work, bodywork, and workshops.Find out more »
In this hour, I will explain how to use the technology you already have in your pocket to create your first video for Social Media.
I am using my experience to coach colleagues to take a journey similar to mine and help them use the Social Media strategy that outperforms all others, creating and posting the video's capacity to communicate with colleagues.Find out more »
Join me in this fascinating subject which, in my opinion, is the origin of most of our relationship issues, both personal and work. In the hour, I will share and discuss my thoughts about the origin of insecurity, how it manifests in our life's, and how to mitigate its effects on our lives.Find out more »
How to use the principles of mindfulness meditation to get more from, and add more value to, client sessions.Find out more »
Welcome to the 2018 Working Therapeutically Online Conference.Find out more »
#Therapeutically2018 – Ethics: Keeping Our Feet On The Ground As Therapists In Cyberspace – Kate Dunn & Carole Francis-Smith
How do we continue to maintain our integrity, retain our clients' trust, and honor our ethical commitments when working therapeutically online?Find out more »
Embracing clients where they are at as opposed to where we have been trained to believe how and where we should meet them. Going against the grain and embarking on a shaky journey to be blown away by the healing that was being missed. An escape from the rigid teachings, and allowing flexibility and flow to unfold as we move with our progressive and changing world.Find out more »
The general gist is covering back-end/technology details of why counsellors need to be especially careful with online communication.Find out more »
Join us for a full day devoted to discussing the important topic of practitioners self careFind out more »
Counselling takes courage. Whether it's a counselling trainee looking for their first placement or starting with their first client, or whether it's an experienced counsellor reaching relational depth with a traumatised client; entering the counselling world can be scary. This workshop looks at some of the factors that contribute to fear, and some of the ways counsellors can help themselves to be resilient and brave.Find out more »
In this interview, I'd like to share with you my thoughts on how the concept of self care is insufficient when relating to practitioners working with complex and multiple trauma.
I would like to share some of my experience of navigating the seas of vicarious traumatisation and burnout over the past 15 years. I'd also like to include the richness that my life has from working with trauma, the changes I have undergone, and the challenges I have faced. I would like to focus on what else we need to consider when thinking about care of the worker, beyond self care.Find out more »
One hour interview on self-care including a practical, working definition, exploration of why we need it, discussion of the barriers and how to overcome them, introduction to my Vitality Wheel framework of self-care. Also very happy to discuss why this is a personal passion - motherhood colliding with the terminal illness of my father, energetic bankruptcy and discovering the therapeutic power of self-care.Find out more »
Part 2 of my event last year. Continuing to look at what therapists can do to help alleviate the stigma of mental health problems. I take a look at what its like to be a practitioner with lived experience of mental health difficulties. What is it like to talk about it?Find out more »
I will be exploring the impact of self-doubt and self-compassion on both the well-being of the practitioner and client outcomes. Drawing from research into self-compassion, contextual behavioural science, and therapist professional and personal characteristics, listeners will learn about how to carry out a functional analyses of their own interpersonal actions and develop new ways of being through reflective practice.Find out more »
I wish to bring to people's awareness of some important lifestyle practices - or habits - that we need to work on to improve on or develop to live a happy and fulfilling life.
The self-care habits I find most important revolve around setting clear boundaries and meeting our own needs. Everything else stems from there.Find out more »
Often, self-care can sound like a 'nice to have', something we do when we have the time. But for counsellors, it's an ethical consideration.
So, let's look specifically at why it happens to counsellors and what steps you can take to prevent it.Find out more »
#SelfCare2018 – Gifts Of Time: How Organisational Tools Can Help Improve Your Self-Care – Antonia Higgins
Self-care isn't self-care if it becomes one more thing you struggle to fit into your days. I'll explore how using our basic planning tools can help to make self-care a more regular part of our day-to-day lives.Find out more »
In 2016, onlinevents 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 lead or to follow their client.Find out more »
The updated Data Protection legislation, GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), has been in place for 6 months.
What has this meant for us? - what have we noticed in our businesses? - if anything. How have clients been impacted, and what we can do differently?
This event is an opportunity to review how the first 6 months of GDPR has been, and share updated information. Which will contribute to our own GDPR compliance?Find out more »
A discussion about the evolution of therapists' use of information technology during the past 15-20 years. Kate and Carole would like to invite you to explore with them how this has influenced attitudes, behaviours, and communication processes of both clients and therapists. You are invited to contribute fully to the live discussion by bringing your experiences, reflections, and questions.Find out more »