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A beginners’ guide to Supervision – for trainee and newly qualified counsellors and psychotherapists’ with Diane Hardiman at Chandlers Ford on Saturday February 10th, 10am to 4pm.

Chandlers Ford Methodist Church Winchester Road, Chandlers Ford, Hampshire, United Kingdom

£40 to members, £50 to non members. Diane has worked for over twelve years as a group and one-to-one supervisor. She brings a wealth of experience, knowledge and personal stories […]

‘Defining your Space with Couples: Powerful starts and Mastering Therapeutic Presence’ with Lottie Passell- Syms & Alison Curtis, on March 2nd 2024, In North Baddesley Village Hall SO52 9DT £40 members £50 non-members

North Baddesley Village Hall Botley Rd, North Baddesley, Southampton, United Kingdom

Alison, a Relationship Specialist, has spent a significant part of her career in business coaching leaders and their teams. Despite only working with couples since the pandemic, she has already […]

The HACP Playbook: The Comprehensive Guide to Working with Couples training, with Lottie Passell-Syms, Psychosexual Therapist & Relationship Specialist. in March, April, May and June 2024

New Place Hotel

The dates for the training are:   Assessments, Contracts & Skills Practice:Fri 22nd - Sat 23rd March 2024   Tools, Techniques & Talking Therapies: Fri 19th & 20th April 2024   Conflict, Communication & Affairs: Fri 17th - Sat 18th May 2024   Sex & Intimacy: Fri 21st & 22nd June 2024   10am - 5pm each day. […]

‘Living as a therapist in an unanchored world’- a practical movement and mindfulness approach towards cultivating a sense of safety and ease. with Sandra Reeve PhD, ADMP, UKCP April 13, 2024 – 10-4pm North Baddesley Hall SO52 9DT

North Baddesley Village Hall Botley Rd, North Baddesley, Southampton, United Kingdom

As therapists and supervisors, we face a world full of uncertainty and change – Covid, the effect of climate change, wars and economic hardship. Many of us now also lead double lives, working and spending time in the real world and online in varying proportions. The COVID pandemic challenged and extended our capacity – requiring […]