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Independent Counselling T​raining

Childhood Attachments and Adult Relationships 

with Kathy Mitchell

Saturday 26th February 9.30am to 4.30pm

This practical and interactive workshop will be of interest to counsellors working with individuals as well as those beginning to work with couples. It provides a foundation for understanding the development and dynamics underlying our intimate relationships and an introduction to the application of attachment theory to couples counselling.

This workshop is intended to be accessible to therapists at all levels of training and experience and will therefore involve an introduction to the principles of attachment theory.

The day will be facilitated by Kathy Mitchell and invites you to reflect upon the implications of childhood attachments on adult relationships. Specifically the focus will be on introducing the theory and application of Sue Johnson's model of Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy (EFT) which combines theories of attachment with a structured systemic approach and a person centred way of being. Alongside the presentation of theory there will be opportunity for practical demonstration and exercises to enable identification of attachment styles within ourselves and in relation to our clients.


Kathy Mitchell MSc, BACP (Accred) has a background in psychology and 20 years experience as a counsellor, supervisor and trainer. Kathy's thriving practice is based in Cambridge and she can be found at www.cambridgepersoncentre.org.uk


VENUE:

Priory Methodist Centre

63 Newman Avenue

Bedford

MK41 9QJ

Fee: £65 (tea, coffee etc will be provided but we ask that participants bring along their own lunch)

Please email [email protected]  to book your space.

Introduction to Counselling Young People


This course will be held over 5 days (Sundays) in late Spring/early Summer  2022 (dates TBC)


This course has been developed in line with the BACP curriculum for stage 1 Introduction to counselling young people. and will enable you to gain knowledge, skills and understanding for working with those aged 11-18 years. This is for counsellors who are in their final year of training or those who are qualified and who are considering working with adolescents.


It covers 

  • beginnings of the therapeutic relationship with young people
  • working with the relationship with young people
  • development in adolescence (including attachment theory)
  • ethical, professional, legal issues and young people
  • understanding groups for working with young people
  • working creatively with young people 
  • endings and young people.

Throughout the course there will be experiential work, to help gain an understanding of the importance of self awareness when working with adolescents.


To gain the ICT certificate and a report stating that you are competent to work with this age group you will be asked to undertake assessment, both skills based assessment and written work. 

Alternatively a certificate of attendance will be given to those who don't wish to take the assessment.


Course Fee: £400 (this can be paid in monthly instalments). 

Contact [email protected].org  if you want to book your place on this popular course or for more information


Contact us to book your place:

Email: 

[email protected]

Phone: 

01234 215940 / 07795106498

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