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Buxton Evening Seminar 22 January 2019: Working with angry clients

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The Old Hall Hotel

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Buxton

SK17 6BD

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Working with angry clients - presented by Andy Williams and Lin Cheung

Working with angry clients presents a range of questions and areas for consideration by the therapist.

Lin and Andy will present 10 ways of dealing with anger in a therapy setting and also look at a transactional analysis model of anger that includes looking at parenting styles and child development.

Attendees will be invited to consider how to apply the learning to their own professional setting as a counsellor, psychotherapist, coach or other mental health worker.

About the seminars

These events are about offering support to practitioners by providing a forum for learning and socialising. Taking advantage of the beautiful quiet peaceful location in the Peak District these events are for mental health workers, youth workers, social workers, teachers, counsellors, therapists and trainees. Our Buxton CPD Seminars and are an opportunity to meet up once every other month for a social and professional evening.

We will be inviting speakers to come along and present for an hour and a half on a subject in which they are interested. There is time both before and after the event for networking and socialising and some light refreshments are provided. Sign up to our mailing list to get your invitations to these events.

The Buxton Seminars are on a Tuesday evening once every other month. They run from 6pm until 8pm. Arrive for 6pm, the seminar starts at 6.15pm and goes on for an hour and a half, leaving time at the end for networking and socialising.

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The Old Hall Hotel

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