Depression - A Way Forward
POSTPONED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS
A new date is to be arranged
For counsellors Depression is a subject we hear much about.
Many 'celebrities' in the public eye are "coming out" about their struggles with it, why now?
As this is a workshop we hope you will participate in a case study and the scenarios presented. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own personal or client experience of depression.
We will explore the Samaritan ethos of listening and non-interventive support...does this have a place in our client work? Talking about depression with Samaritan callers is a major part of their work and there is a strong link between this and suicidal behaviour
We will look at depression and how it starts and continues to affect our clients. Not all depression has the same elements and we can explore whether this a reaction to events or a return of unresolved issues from the past. Many of our clients will be puzzled about how seemingly random events can trigger a period of depression.
So how do we move clients and counsellors who are "stuck" with depression and can we accept that some clients are unable or unwilling to change? We will look at the conventional route and some other options
|Event Date||18/04/2020 10:00 am|
|Event End Date||18/04/2020 1:00 pm|
|Workshop Leader||Ian Coleman|
|Location||Holiday Inn Brighton|