This post-qualifying diploma is designed for experienced counsellors and psychotherapists from a variety of theoretical backgrounds and specialisms who would like to develop the skills and knowledge to work therapeutically with 11- 18 year olds in a variety of settings and with a range of presenting issues. The course consists of experiential exercises, theoretical input, skills practice sessions, case studies and time for reflecting on one’s own practice. A placement is being offered as part of the course to run along side the training where students will be given clients and will receive supervision by very experienced and qualified clinical supervisors.
We are launching a new course for 2019-2020, beginning Sept 2019: Certificate in Embodied Therapeutic Practice.
The course will consist of experiential exercises, theoretical input and exploration, skills practice, self study and play – there is no learning unless there is play (and some pain of course). The course will be experiential and touch on your own process and history. Self care practices will be explored. It will also be a place for exploration and integration of the theoretical underpinnings of working with embodiment.
This post-qualifying course is designed for experienced counsellors and psychotherapists (as well as the recently qualified practitioner) who are interested in developing their knowledge and skills in working with the body in the counselling and psychotherapeutic relationship.
This course will be an opportunity to develop your understanding and clinical practice with regard to the body and its place and potential within the therapeutic relationship.
The course is not accredited. A certificate of attendance will be provided and you will take away extensive learning and experience to resource and extend your capacity to be with your own embodiment and that of others in the therapeutic relationship.
For more information about the course, and to sign up, please visit the course page.