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Re-Sourcing the Source: On Finding Ourselves in the Therapeutic Relationshi...

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When we see someone suffering there may be two aspects to our response. One is we wish they were not suffering the other is we want to help as we know what it is like to suffer ourselves and want them to be free of suffering.

As a therapist there are many different ways of trying to help and I believe that being in a therapeutic relationship is likely to have an effect on us in the process. In this workshop we will consider the actualisation tendency of both client and therapist and how we both may be serving something more, something larger towards healing. Is there a natural process, a process of growth in all things where even the aspiration to help and be helped releases the potential for healing and can we experience its source.

I would like to share the possibilities of what might emerge from further exploration of this process and hope that participants may find their own resources for the therapeutic relationship.

‘I find that when I am closest to my inner, intuitive self when I am somehow in touch with the unknown in me…. my presence is releasing and helpful. There is nothing I can do to force this experience …. At that those moments it seems that my inner spirit has reached out and touched the inner spirit of the other. Our relationship transcends itself and becomes part of something larger.. (Paraphrased) Carl Rogers in ‘A Way of Being’ (1980)

About the Facilitator
Mike Moss has 36 years’ experience working in the Voluntary and Statutory sector in Scotland. He has trained in Youth and Community Work, Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Systemic Family Therapy, Integrative Counselling, Person Centred Therapy and Clinical Supervision. He is currently employed by West Lothian Council, Scotland as a counsellor/psychotherapist for children and young people and is a registered member of BACP. He also has a small private practice offering Clinical Supervision and is the founder of The Society for the Study of Carl Rogers, Edinburgh.

Cost:
Early Bird £85, £95 after 3 August 2020 - Please note that a delegate space is not guaranteed until payment is received.
Refreshments, snacks, handouts and CPD certificate are included in the price.
Note – lunch is not included.


How do I register?
Via BACS, Cheque or Invoice by emailing audrey@greenwoodevents.co.uk.
Online via Eventbrite. Please note that there is an extra admin charge made by Eventbrite.

Minimum and Maximum numbers: Min 12 – Max 20 Please note that these workshops are subject to cancellation if we do not reach the minimum numbers required to make them viable.

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