The Therapy Marathon will provide an opportunity to explore and work through individual processes within a group setting serving to intensify and deepen participant’s ongoing personal development journey.
We are born into a world of groups and seek to find our place within them. We often spend our lives re-experiencing self and others within a group experience, replaying script dynamics from childhood. Psychotherapy in a group can offer new insights and a different perspective to our individual processes, helping us to realise the roles we take as well as how we might play out our scripts in these settings. Group can stir issues related to belonging and exclusion, role and place, alongside eliciting associated processes, e.g. control or avoidance.
Therapy in a group can bring a different dimension to individual psychotherapy that can be both challenging and very supporting and affirming, with fellow participants witnessing and sharing experience. Individuals in a group can experience a common will, shared desire and intention towards health, which can be permission giving and aspirational.
The group will take an organic form, with the direction and experiences evolving in response to individual members conscious and unconscious processes. Contracting and a willingness to explore your processes will be central to the work and outcomes, and the process will be enhanced by each individuals mutual consent to engage with the process.
Therapist: Helen Davies MSc Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy, CTA (P) PTSTA (P) UKCP Registered Psychotherapist, Dip Supervision. Helen is a qualified psychotherapist registered with the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy. Following a career in retail design and cultural strategy in organisations, Helen trained as a Transactional Analyst at the Metanoia Institute. She has over 15 years experience as a clinician working in private practice and the Primary Care Trust. She is a clinical supervisor, lecturer and consultant. She teaches TA at The Iron Mill and Peter Symonds College and is primary marker for the Iron Mill. Previously she taught on the Dip HE in Gestalt Counselling at Eastleigh College for 5 years. Helen is a member of UKATA’s EPPC.
A Link Centre certificate will be presented at the end of the course.
Cancellation Policy: 50% refund will be given on cancellations with more than 7 days’ notice.
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