May Forum: Repairing things to help with grieving

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Can the journey of a grieving person be helped by the creativity and physicality of the visible repair of objects that have emotional significance? Vicky Cutler talks about the restorative power of visible mending.

Working with LGBT Clients 

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A CPD workshop for counsellors covering a wide range of issues designed for those working with LGBT clients.

Understanding yourself and why you do what you do

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This workshop aims to look at why do we do what we do. During it you will gain insight, through exploration of the three cornerstone approaches of psychotherapy and counselling, to help understand ourselves and find answers to the question of why we do what we do.
This workshop is repeated on Saturday 14 May.

Resilience and….Burnout

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A course for those working in psychological and caring/helping professions to help foster your own and your clients’ resilience and selfcare.

Resilience and….working with trauma

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Working with trauma can present a unique challenge for the helping professional. This workshop will present the ways in which the helper can be impacted by engaging with
trauma and how they can help themselves so that they can continue to help others.