Workshops

A Workshop with Professor Stephen Briggs - Working With Adolescents In Contemporary Contexts

Start:
07/12/2019 10:00
End:
07/12/2019 16:30
Price:
£108.00
Location:
Jurys Inn Brighton

This 1-day workshop aims to explore the challenges of working with young people today. Upheavals in the social world have radically changed the experience of adolescence; there are new patterns of friendship, and ways of relating to others, experiences of intimacy and separateness driven largely by the impact of on-line and social media, new possibilities relating to the body, sexuality and gender.  Vulnerabilities, including widely-reported mental health problems and risks, such as self-harm, accompany often uncertain, extended transitions to adulthood. How to engage meaningfully with young people in these contexts is a crucial task facing everyone working in this field.

Safeguarding Children in the Therapeutic Process by Gretchen Precey

Start:
01/02/2020 09:45
End:
01/02/2020 16:00
Price:
£96.00
Location:
Jurys Inn Brighton

Course Objective: To equip professionals who work therapeutically with children and young people with the knowledge required to keep the process safe

Learning Outcomes: by the end of the day participants will have had the opportunity to-

  • Learn about national and local safeguarding procedures
  • Explore the role of the therapist in working together with other child welfare agencies
  • Consider signs and indicators of abuse
  • Know how to respond to disclosures of maltreatment
  • Deal with dilemmas about confidentiality
  • Understand the process involved in allegations made by children and families against professionals

A workshop with Gulya Diyarova - Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) in Action, Road Map to Emotional Healing

Start:
04/04/2020 09:45
End:
04/04/2020 16:00
Price:
£108.00
Location:
Jurys Inn Brighton

An outline of the theory and practice of Emotionally Focused Therapy with couples and individuals.

Synopsis:

Do your clients question if their partners are there for them?

Do they wonder about their partner's accessibility?

Do they question the responsiveness of their partner when they need them?

This attachment-based, experiential, humanistic and systemic model offers a comprehensive theory of adult love, as well as a structured therapeutic "road map" not only to conflict reduction, but also the healing of damaged attachment bonds. A clear working manual is presented with the aim of creating safe emotional connection between partners which lasts.

The model recognises that relationship distress results from an actual, or perceived threat to the basic adult need for safety, security and closeness in intimate relationships. Couples in conflict tend to lose themselves in reactive emotions or withdraw into non-responsiveness and shutting down. Both behaviours become part of a negative cycle that leaves the partners hurt, alone and disconnected.