|Date(s)||19th October 2019|
|Start time||9:00 am|
|End time||4:30 pm|
About this training
The therapeutic relationship has widely been acknowledged by research as one of the most important factors of personal growth and change. Trust is a fundamental component.
This workshop will give you the you the opportunity to:
- Consider how our capacity to trust develops
- Explore how when trust is momentarily lost we can find ways to think about and repair this in our therapeutic relationships and work
- Discover how we can pay attention to the impact of our patterns of trust in our supervisory relationships
- Explore how out of these ruptures new ways of relating become possible as trust develops
This experiential day will include a mix of teaching, stories, conversation and exercises.
Tess Elliott MSc Psychotherapy, PTSTA (P). UKCP registered.
Tess is a relational psychotherapist, counsellor and supervisor in private practice in North Oxfordshire. She is an experienced teacher and trainer and now enjoys combining her passion for psychotherapy & counselling with her love of facilitating value–based learning.
She is a tutor on the Humanistic MSc psychotherapy and BSc counselling courses at the Metanoia Institute, London and a visiting tutor on the T.A. programme at the Iron Mill in Devon.
Banbury Counselling Academy
18a South Bar
How to book
To book this event, please follow the website link to the Banbury Therapy Centre website.