2 Jun 2018
Data Protection Information for Therapists
General Data Protection Regulation Workshop
The GDPR comes into force on 25th May 2018. Are you ready?
Attending a workshop is one way of showing compliance in that you are reviewing how it impacts on you.
Kirstie Adamson will be providing an insight into how the GDPR will impact all therapists, coaching and supervision.
Kirstie Adamson was a lawyer specialising in family and mental health law for over 15 years. She has contributed to publications such as BACP Therapist and the Court (2005), BACP Recordkeeping and Confidentiality (2008) and Karnac Online Supervision (due to be published later this year)
She has been a counsellor since 1999 and has a private practice in counselling and supervision in which she specialises in working with trauma and adoption. She has an MSc in Counselling and is a qualified Somatic Experiencing Practitioner. She has worked at University of West of England since 1999 counselling students although is currently on sabbatical in order to pursue some writing.
Saturday 2nd June 2018 at 10.30am -1.30pm
Swindon – venue to be advised
For any queries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or Heather on 07808776510
To book your place please email email@example.com
Start Time: 10:30 am
End Time: 1:30 pm
Venue to be confirmed
Workshop Leader: Kirstie Adamson
To book your place please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Name: The Counselling & Psychotherapy Centre
24 Apr 2018
conscious uncoupling A Better Way to Break Up
At The Wyvern Theatre, Swindon, SN1 1QN
Tuesday 24th April, 7pm for 7.30pm.
Hosted by The Counselling & Psychotherapy Centre, Swindon
Book now online or phone the box office 01793524481
Is someone you know in the midst of a painful breakup or divorce, or still suffering with unresolved grief over a past breakup? Is it hard for them to cope sometimes? Are they worried about their children, money, housing?
Most of us know that breakups and divorce can be ugly, with angry emotions festering for months, if not years to come, doing damage to all involved. Come and learn about the powerful process that has helped Gwyneth Paltrow and thousands of others to leave hurt feelings, lingering resentments and painful hangovers from a previous relationship behind so you are free to move forwards with an open, healed heart and be ready to love and be loved in your future.
This coaching process helps separating people leave behind hurt feelings, lingering resentments and painful hangovers from previous relationships and learn how to move forwards with an open, healed heart, ready to love and be loved in the future.
“Conscious Uncoupling™ is a blueprint for separations and breakups that are most known for their bountiful acts of kindness, big-hearted gestures of generousity and goodness, and for the genuine efforts made to do the right thing for the right reasons.”
Start Time: 7:30 pm
Workshop Leader: Katherine Woodward Thomas
Wyvern Theatre, Theatre Square, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN1 1QN
Name: Hosted by The Counselling & Psychotherapy Centre, Swindon
Telephone: 01793 524481
22 Feb 2018
Infertility Support Group
Approximately One in Six Couples in the UK is Having Problems Conceiving
The Effects of This Can Be Devastating
Couples Often Feel Isolated and Hopeless.
There is a huge lack of awareness and understanding of the emotional impact by anyone who hasn’t been through it, and the only people who can truly empathise are those who have experienced the struggle themselves
People are often really private about having fertility problems and they haven’t told anyone else about the issue. When they attend a support group they may, for the first time ever, find themselves in a room full of people
who all know how it feels not to be able to get pregnant
who all understand the mixed emotions when a friend announces she is expecting a baby
who all dread those questions about when they were going to get round to starting a family.
A Support Group provides an environment of safety and acceptance where individuals can learn skills and resources to empower themselves, share their experiences, discuss advice they have been given and, even sometimes laugh at some of the things that have happened to them along the way. The simple act of coming together can feel as though a huge weight has been lifted from their shoulders. We know from research that support groups can help people with just about any health problem to feel better (Domar, 2002)
Start Time: 7:30 pm
This is a recurring event
The Meadowcroft Community Centre,
(This may change for future meetings)
To book your place and for future dates and location
Telephone: 07708 961 073
The group is open to anyone (couples or individuals) who are suffering infertility wherever they are on their journey.
24 Mar 2018
Creating a Crisis Management Plan for Therapists in Private Practice
Who needs a Professional Crisis Plan and Will?
No one, if you are indestructible, never get ill and are going to live forever!!
It is good practice for all therapists who work privately to have a Crisis Management Plan in place in place in case of sudden illness, hospitalisation or death and to choose a nominated person to carry out your wishes.
This informative workshop will help you think about what you need in place when creating your own Personal Crisis Plan.
We will also be covering what you are committing to if asked to be the nominated person for another therapist.
Start Time: 2:00 pm
End Time: 5:00 pm
The Counselling & Psychotherapy Centre
23 Bath Road
Workshop Leader: Christine Fishlock
To book your place please contact: email@example.com
Name: Christine Fishlock
Telephone: 01793 514550
There are five rooms, all suitable for couples or individual Counselling. One of these is large enough to use for family therapy, groups or training workshops. The therapy rooms are furnished with large leather chairs with cushions, solid oak side tables, classic floor and table lamps, plants and framed photos or pictures of landscapes.
We are offering qualified Counsellors/ Psychotherapists, Supervisors and Trainers the opportunity to hire rooms.
The Counselling & Psychotherapy Centre,
23 Bath Road,
Find a Therapist by the following category using The Counselling & Psychotherapy Centre:
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