Upcoming events

£25.00 for registered members
£35.00 for non members
(members should sign in first and then return here to receive the members discount rate).

If you require information regarding any of these events please feel free to contact our Seminar organiser Jeanie Civil  here

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Intersectional Approaches to Race and Otherness

24-07-2021 10:00 am -1:00 pm

Intersectional Approaches to Race and Otherness in the Light of Black Lives Matter 

Presented by Dr Dwight Turner

2020 will probably go down as the most tumultuous year in most of our lifetimes.  From, the global pandemic, Covid-19 and the lockdowns and deaths that have followed, to the murder of George Floyd and the subsequent protests against racism and abuse around the world, the impact of the past several months upon clients and practitioners has led us all to question our intersecting identities. In my mind, it is no coincidence that race, racism and civil rights have risen to the forefront of our professions as psychologists and psychotherapists, and in particular the specific focus upon White Supremacy and its weekly, hourly, minute by minute impact upon and within the racial other.

This presentation, considers the role damaging unconscious White Supremacy plays within our organisations, whilst offering examples of the power brought to bear in training organisations when they not only consider whiteness but also adopt a more intersectional approach as an integral aspect of their trainings.


The Missing Link - Psychology of Weight Management

11-09-2021 10:00 am -1:00 pm

Presented by Susie Every

Most of us, by the time we reach adulthood, know the guidelines for nutrition and healthy weight management. So, why do many of us break those rules? What are the many triggers? In 2020 -The global pandemic’s alarming daily figures highlighted the risks and complications of being overweight. Yet despite this, a large proportion of the UK further increased their BMI. 

This seminar is about exploring the common themes of yo yo dieting and breaking the rules.
If we can identify triggers for deliberately overeating, can we find the better, personal triggers that will enable us to take back control?


introduction to Sand Tray Symbolism

16-10-2021 10:00 am -1:00 pm

Presented by Dr Carol Lloyd

This workshop will introduce you to the Jungian theory of symbolism in sand tray work. The workshop will also be experiential with constellating your own sand tray and developing your skills of working with a sand tray therapeutically.


Helping clients to find Hope

20-11-2021 10:00 am -1:00 pm

Presented by Judi Geisler

Practical skills for working with offenders behind bars. We will explore ways that help people who are at rock bottom manage to find hope and can be used for people in many different circumstances. They are part of a life coaching approach and can often be helpful for people with no access to therapeutic counselling.