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Physis, Intuition and Autonomy: Reconnecting to Self Others and the World

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Physis, Intuition and Autonomy: Reconnecting to self, others and the world workshop with Geoff Hopping and Jane Tillier

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From a basis of Eric Berne’s key and enduring concept of physis (a fundamental life force or energy), we will encourage explorations of intuition and autonomy (as evidenced by awareness, spontaneity and intimacy). Our hope is that this will resource us individually and collectively, not only in our self-understanding but also in our clinical practice and in our responses to global challenges and perspectives.

The webinar will be a ‘taster’ for a longer course to be offered via the Link Centre on these themes later this year, offering an experiential development opportunity for practitioners interested in the interface between spirituality and psychotherapy & counselling.

Geoff Hopping

Geoff is a core tutor at The Link Centre www.thelinkcentre.co.uk . Geoff is well-regarded and highly qualified Psychotherapist (TA and Psychoanalytic), Supervisor and Trainer with decades of experience working in mental health and psychotherapy settings. Latterly he has worked in a high security prison as a Consultant Psychotherapist specialising in Group Work. He is reconnecting to a passionate interest in spirituality and is currently in training with One Spirit Interfaith Foundation. Geoff has also held the role of primary tutor at the Metanoia institute since 1996 and left there in the summer of 2019 following his move to Brighton.

Jane Tillier

Jane has over 30 years of experience in offering warm, relational and inclusive soul-space to individuals and groups in a wide variety of settings such as healthcare (hospice, hospital and primary care), education (school and university) and church. With a background in the study of Modern Languages and a PhD in Spanish, she was among the first women to be ordained priest in the Church of England in 1994. She is now also a UKCP-listed trainee psychotherapist, with particular interests in the interface between psychotherapy and spirituality and in the impact of neurodiversity in mental health and wellbeing. She is in the process of completing her MSc in TA Psychotherapy and her Certificate in Transactional Analysis at the Metanoia Institute.

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