2 Days – 5th 6th July 2017

10.00am till 4.30pm £160

(early bird £130 if booked by 15th March 2017)

How our early experiences affect how we see ourselves and others today – Can these perspectives limit our potential and direct our behaviour?

How we see ourselves, others and the world when we are very young can often limit our potential as adults. This workshop examines how our early experiences and the meaning that we place on those experiences can impact our ‘here and now’. Without revisiting and updating the information we have stored in our memory the outcomes remain the same today. This workshop is for those of us who feel ‘stuck’ and encounter recurring issues in their lives as well as counsellors and psychotherapists working with clients with a range of long term issues.

This workshop looks at:
·      The concept of ‘inner child’
·      Honouring our history and past
·      Who’s needs are we meeting?
·      How often do we update; and how do we do it??
·      The reparative relationship vs the holding relationship
·      Transference – a gift to the therapist?
·      Reframing a positive sense of self
·      Loving our younger self

As this workshop is both experiential and developmental a proportion of the hours may be accounted as therapy hours as well as CPD. 6 hours of training and 6 hours of therapy can be counted on this workshop
This workshop will include self reflective exercises and group discussion

Places are confirmed upon booking form and payment.  Minimum number of attendees are  required for workshops to run. Due to limited spaces cancellations/no show are non-refundable.