What's on in Sussex
New research into Understanding what it is and how to treat it. Presented by Dr Emma Haynes.
This two day workshop is aimed at anyone who works with women through pregnancy and the post-natal period and aims to de-bunk some of the myths surrounding motherhood and the types of mental illness that occur at this time.
Providing up-to-date research to facilitate understanding of what it is, why it might occur, the prevalence and also the costs to families, society and the economy, this workshop will also look at barriers to treatment, ethical issues surrounding treatment and how to provide a useful and acceptable treatment to women that does not involve medication necessarily.
For more details please contact us.
Sex is something that many therapists feel uncomfortable discussing in the therapy room. This is despite it being a key area of most clients’ lives which is often intrinsically linked to mental health problems and which may – if worked with – open up a path to deeper understanding and creative ways of engaging with our struggles.
In this one day workshop we will consider how our own attitudes around sex and sexuality – and talking about sex – may impact upon our client work. We will look at the ways in which sex is understood in wider culture – and within psychology, psychotherapy and psychiatry – questioning the common approach of delineating ‘normal functional’ sex from ‘abnormal, dysfunctional’ sex and taking a goal-focused approach to sex and sexual difficulties.
Opportunity for therapists from different backgrounds to view their work through a Jungian lens with experienced Jungian Analytic Psychotherapist. Weekly, term time only. £15 per session.
Maximum number of five in group. Visit www.sallymclarentherapy.co.uk for further information.
Nurturing, creative self development CPD retreat day. We will explore the story of Sealskin Soulskin and the theme of Homing: Returning to Oneself.
We can all loose our energy and ignore our soul's voice in the busyness of everyday life, and our resources and time can be stolen. This is an opportunity to take respite with other women to pay attention to what we need more of or less of in our life.
With the support of creative art, movement, ritual and the group, we will reconnect with our-self to discover new insights and possibilities.
Your Space Therapies specialist child mental health conferences are now available in East Sussex, Surrey and Hampshire as well as West Sussex.
The conferences we are running are:Understanding Attachment Disorders and How to Help Strategy Toolbox for Good Mental Health in Schools More Strategies for your Toolbox
We will provide lunch and refreshments; we have special ‘early bird’ prices see below . To book spaces on our conferences please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
93% of delegates who attended the Your Space Therapies autumn and spring conferences rated them ‘Excellent’. Please see the flyer enclosed for course descriptions and testimonials.
Your Space Therapies is an award winning, affordable, counselling play therapy and mental health training service. We have been working with West Sussex schools and social care services for over ten years and we are very excited to be expanding.
Are you looking to start or grow your practice and need a supportive and beautiful space to see your clients in a central location? The Practice Rooms offers special room hire rates to newly qualified therapists or those who have just decided to start their private practice.
We have seven beautiful rooms and an online booking system where you can manage your own bookings. We ensure that there will always be half an hour between yourself and the net therapist so there will never be "door pressure". If you are interested to hear more or come and visit the rooms, please call or email.