Aims of the workshop:
- To explore how the use of imagery can be used to treat a range of disorders.
- To promote the value and impact that imagery work can have for self and clients.
- To examine the practice of imagery in relation to past, present and future.
- To examine the effectiveness of imagery work to help overcome ‘blockages’.
- To experiment with some imagery work in a safe environment.
About the facilitator
Andy Gray is a BABCP Accredited CB Psychotherapist, Academic Director and Clinical Supervisor. Andy specialises in the treatment of personality disorder in both private practice and in a clinical setting. Andy is keen to impart information and share knowledge to encourage fellow practitioners to work with more complex cases.
Who is is for?
Counsellors wanting to develop new skills and understanding of the use of imagery in counselling.
Anyone interested in self-development or considering a career in counselling.
Why you should attend
The use of Imagery in the practice of therapy has been on the increase for the past 30 years. Practitioners who do use imagery or who have included it in their practice have reported improvements with regards to assessment and interventions. Imagery work can be more powerful than cognitive work to produce change on an affect level and enhance your efficacy as a practitioner.
£60 if paid in advance or £65 at the door.
Refreshments, snacks, handouts and CPD certificate are included in the price.
Note – lunch is not included.
How do I register?
Above or by requesting and registration form from firstname.lastname@example.org.
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When & Where
Greenwood Events organises affordable workshops for counsellors in Scotland. Go to www.greenwoodevents.co.uk for further information or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.