COURSE TITLE: BEING MYSELF AND BEHAVING MYSELF, towards Authentic Practice.
THIS WORKSHOP IS NOW FULL
Speaker: Professor Julia Buckroyd
About the Workshop
The day will provide an opportunity for reflection for counsellors and psychotherapists. Starting with what brought you to train as a counsellor in the first place and what affect your training had on the idealism that may have brought you into the profession. Through looking at how you have developed through your counselling career (be it long term or just beginning) there will be opportunities to consider how to forge an authentic way of being and of working, and how that relates to the rules, regulations, ethics and traditions of the profession.
About the Speaker
Professor Julia Buckroyd is Professor Emeritus of the University of Hertfordshire. Since she left the University in 2008 she has continued to supervise PhD students and to pursue research. Professor Buckroyd also works as a freelance therapist, trainer and consultant and has established ‘Julia Buckroyd Consulting’ which offers therapy to people with disordered eating of all kinds. Among her many publications is ‘In Pursuit of Authenticity’ an article published in Therapy Today in March 2015
Saturday May 13th, 2017, 10am-4pm at Chandler’s Ford Methodist Church, Room One
£40 members £50 non members THIS WORKSHOP IS NOW FULL
Please note: An application form is required to be filled in & submitted for this workshop
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