£25.00 for registered members
£35.00 for non members
(members should sign in first 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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21
Nov
2020

Counselling with Reality Therapy

21-11-2020 10:00 am -1:00 pm
£35.00

This is an on-line event due to COVID-19 restrictions

Reality Therapy is principally a method of counselling, underpinned by Choice Theory, an Internal Control Psychology, that is highly focused, interactive and applicable to almost every area where counselling or psychotherapy is practiced. Additionally, the practical skills, ideas and approaches of Reality Therapy have also been successfully applied to many other areas, including teaching, coaching, mentoring, managing, supervising, relationships and self development (most notably in the areas of stress management, anger management and self esteem programmes).

In this video session DR Robert E Wubbolding conducts an assessment to help his client Chris determine how effective his behaviors have been in fulfilling his needs and then works with him to determine a plan for more effective action. This recording also features Jon Carson in discussion with Dr Wubbolding, who explains his thoughts regarding his approach in this session

 

16
Jan
2021

Dreams and Creativity

16-01-2021 10:00 am -1:00 am
£35.00

Develop your, and your clients, Creativity

 

Details when available

06
Feb
2021

Sex, Lies and Gaffa Tape

06-02-2021 10:00 am -1:00 am
£35.00

Until 1990 I was a successful journalist, but got interested in personal development and spirituality and this led to me deciding to engage in something more ‘meaningful’.  

I studied Body Oriented Therapy, worked with addiction issues for a while and did a formal Therapeutic Counselling Diploma, qualified and joined the BACP.

While training over six years with the Body Oriented Institute in the USA I did some Couple Work units, and about ten years into my private practice I decided to work with couples, which I have found very rewarding. 

Adult Primary relationships affect everything in society, and have a big impact on mental health, children, and the wider community. You have to be very centred with an assertive personality to hold the space for couple work. It involves interpersonal dynamics which require specific skills to manage.

We have a large volunteer based organisation in the UK providing couple and relationship work of course, while they are great for crisis, and provide good quality, solution focused work, open ended, deep process, psychotherapy based couple work can be particularly effective.

I aim to provide a glimpse into the nuts and bolts of how couple therapy works, and for participants to see if it is something which would appeal as a specialisation.

06
Mar
2021

Deferring to Life in the Consulting Room

06-03-2021 10:00 am -1:00 pm
£35.00

Details when available

17
Apr
2021

Ecotherapy Taster

17-04-2021 10:00 am -1:00 am
£35.00

Seeing clients outside in a natural setting adds so much to the work: a different kind of energy, the opportunity for creative exercises, an embodied experience, a shift in the power balance between client and therapist.  However, other aspects are introduced which must be considered: potential problems with confidentiality, containment and boundaries - and encounters with dogs and wildlife!  This workshop will explore the potential benefits and possible pitfalls of being an ecotherapist.  We will take a look at the underpinning rationale, discuss the practicalities and requirements of working outside, there will be the chance to work in pairs to experience the practice for yourself and consider your own connection to the natural world.

Please wear appropriate clothing and footwear; if the weather looks to be very wet or windy, the workshop may be deferred to another date.  We will be moving around the area which is wooded and hilly with rough ground.  Tarpaulins to sit on will be provided as are log seats but if you need a chair or cushion, please bring your own, as well as a drink.  Snacks will be provided and there is a compost toilet.  You might like to bring a pen and paper, although handouts will be provided after the workshop.

Sheila Pope qualified in 2003; she took four further years' training in Transactional Analysis and started her ecotherapy journey with Hayley Marshall and the late Martin Jordan in 2014.  She is a counsellor in private practice based in Burgess Hill, volunteered for 4 1/2 years in a hostel for the homeless and worked for 2 1/2yrs in a centre offering support for people with learning disabilities.

Sheila is a singer/guitarist/songwriter, was a drummer in a rock band for 11 years, enjoys rifle shooting and rides a motorcycle.

15
May
2021

An Alternative Way to Move a Client Forward Depression

15-05-2021 10:00 am -1:00 pm
£35.00

Details when available

12
Jun
2021

SCAP Annual General Meeting

12-06-2021 10:00 am -4:00 am
free

followed by a presentation made by Jay Beichman - The Future of Counselling and Psychotherapy

 

                                                                  Details when available

 

24
Jul
2021

Intersectional Approaches to Race and Otherness

24-07-2021 10:00 am -1:00 pm
£35.00

in The Light of Black Lives Matter

 

Details when available

11
Sep
2021

The Psychology Behind Dieting

11-09-2021 10:00 am -1:00 pm
£35.00

The missing link (New Nutrition)

 

 

Details when available

16
Oct
2021

Sandtray Therapy

16-10-2021 10:00 am -1:00 pm
£35.00

 

Details when available