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Introducing a new self-help book based on TA.Find out more »
To follow the "Behind the Screen" series, this additional session will take the form of an open discussion forum where Kate and Carole will be available to help with any queries that you may still have relating to the use of information technology in your practice and/or working as an online therapist.
These questions will help direct ideas for CPD opportunities that Carole hopes to be able to offer in the future through her training organisation (Diamondleaf Training), which she would like to structure according to the wide-ranging needs of therapists in 2017. This is your opportunity to let her know what kind of information and experiences you would value.Find out more »
Welcome to the 2018 Working With Children & Young People Conference.Find out more »
#CYP2018 – Beyond Gender Stereotypes: How Can We Make Secondary School Counselling Equally Accessible To Male And Female Clients? – Sue Lewis
In this event, Sue will consider some of the societal pressures impacting on the figures, as well as asking what might help young men to feel safe enough to access support.
Your input to the discussion will be very welcomed.Find out more »
#CYP2018 – Use Of Online Pornography, Online Abuse, And Online Behaviours To Therapy Room Interventions – Catherine Knibbs
Discussion of online behaviours and how these present in CYP and interventions.Find out more »
#CYP2018 – The Empowered Child: How to Help Your Child Cope, Communicate, and Conquer Bullying – Danielle Matthew
The discussion will explain how parents can use empathy, empowerment, and engagement to help children increase self-esteem, decrease negative thoughts they may be having, and be able to respond to a bullying situation.Find out more »
Being Seriously Playful: A Fresh Focusing Approach Towards Working And Being With Children Of Any Age – René Veugelers
Wouldn't it be great to transfer your inner knowledge and life experience to children, and provide them with skills that support their unique way of being with themselves and being with their emotions? Working and being with children of any age is experiencing and contacting the vitality in our self and the open congruent connection with a child's story and deeper needs. It is an organic exchange in which the Focusing skills and attitude are very supportive and important.Find out more »
Manipulation and control is a common theme in our work, and sometimes it can be a minefield to know how to best help your Client. Its a tightrope, and the balancing aspect of the work and how to pace the work for the benefit of the Client can be the reason it helps or hinders them.
In this hour, I will give you an insight into my many hours of working with and looking at understanding how to spot a controller, why the control drive is present, and how to help the controlled person to engage with the work and grow in themselves.Find out more »
On 25th May 2018, Europe will implement General Data Protection Regulation.
In this event, Alison will demystify Data Protection and share what practitioners need to consider to comply with the regulations. In the form of 10 top tips to ensure your practice - whether private or as a volunteer - is ready to go on May 25th.
The presentation will be geared to practitioners based in the United Kingdom, however, the principles will be useful no matter where therapists are based.Find out more »
Welcome to the 2018 Working With Self Harm Conference.Find out more »
Theme - Looking Backwards, Looking Forwards and the Maintenance of Clinical BoundariesFind out more »
The work of the Psychotherapy & Counselling Union.Find out more »
Welcome to the 2018 Working With Trauma Conference.Find out more »
Welcome to the 2018 Working With Couples Conference.Find out more »
Welcome to the 2018 Working With Anxiety & Depression Conference.Find out more »