Established in 2007 with 34 successful courses so far.
Counselling Workshops and Training LLP
Total cost £500.
Extensive course material will be provided to each attendee by email or Dropbox.
There is a maximum of 12 places and the cost is £500 per place.
If paid by your employers please add an additional £35 to cover administration costs. You will need to provide a purchase order number, and please note that your place is not guaranteed until it is paid for.
We can accept a non-refundable, non-transferable deposit of £100, but the fee must be paid in full a month before the start of the course.
All costs will be incurred if cancelled less than a month before the start date.
If you require any additional information please contact Kate Stubbings.
07 831 595 215
To train experienced counsellors and psychologists to confidently contract to offer Person-centred couples counselling. This is an important area of training that is constantly in demand from EAP’s and couples themselves. A counsellor spending her/his training budget in this area is therefore likely to enjoy good returns on her investment. This training is unashamedly person-centred, which means that it will use person-centred theory as its primary reference point. There is very little theoretical writing, which is exclusively person-centred, on this subject. What writing and teaching there is, even by person-centred authors, tends to place more reliance on other theories, particularly systemic, than we are comfortable with.
This training is designed for those working face to face or online.
To give counsellors a solid grounding in Person-centred couples work this course will explore and explain:
Which clients are suitable.
Contracting with new clients.
Introducing the first session.
When to see individuals on their own – and when not to!
Understanding how the six therapeutic conditions are applied to couples.
Duration and frequency of sessions.
Confidentiality – is it more complicated with couples?
Developing Person-centred theory with couples.
Why did Rogers say so little about it?
The role and importance of the Autistic spectrum in couples work.
Sex and related issues
Couples arguing in the room.
The concept of “coupleness”
Role-play practise and demonstrations.
What can go wrong?
Awareness of our part in the relationship with the couple.
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