Emma will talk through how therapy can work in an outdoor setting, looking at the implications for your practice, as well as the practicalities of where/when and the famous Britsh weather!
Whilst we will meet in the Friends's Meeting House, we hope the weather will be nice and we can use Priory Park (situated opposite) for some practical examples and practice.
This workshop offers a general introduction to working with clients who have eating disorders or disordered eating. It aims to offer a conceptual framework for understanding the misuse of food, using attachment theory, and then to offer a wide range of strategies for working with clients. Central areas for consideration include, emotional language, attachment history, self esteem, body esteem and identity, relationships and self soothing.
Pleas Note: this will be an online workshop, via Zoom
It is now very common for people experiencing mental and emotional distress to be given a psychiatric diagnosis. This includes many clients seeking and receiving counselling and psychotherapy. This session will offer a conceptual overview of psychiatric diagnosis and the classification of mental disorders, along with providing an insight into how a psychiatric diagnosis is made. It will also consider the range of subjective meanings and psychosocial consequences of receiving a psychiatric diagnosis and explore some of the implications for our work as counsellors and psychotherapists.