CPD Days – Looking Deeper
CPD Day: Working with the Angry Client
The CPD day is an opportunity for counsellors and therapists to develop their knowledge and skills in specific areas relating to work with clients. CPD days have a strong focus on application to client work and includes an opportunity to bring client work for supervision.
How does the day work?Working with the Angry Client has a strong emphasis on application to the practice setting and developing confidence in practitioners. Delegates will explore issues around managing the client relationship, identifying types of anger and their behaviours, traps to avoid and protecting yourself as therapist. The workshop runs from 10.00am to 4.30pm. The afternoon session also has an opportunity to bring real cases for supervision.
The cost of the day is £60. Lunch is not provided but drinks and tea break refreshments are included.
For counsellors and therapists from all modalities these workshops provide an excellent chance to explore using transactional analysis and integrative models in your practice as well as bringing client work for supervision to explore and understanding the application of theory to practice.
Who is the day for?
CPD Days cover a range of topics. The dates for the first half of 2017 are 17 March, 28 April, 19 May and cover the topics in the table below
Future 2017 dates
|Friday 20 January||Working with the Angry Client||Exploring managing the client relationship, identifying types of anger and their behaviours, traps to avoid and protecting yourself as therapist.|
|Friday 19 May||Bereavement and Moving On||Exploring bereavement and how to support the client in the stages of bereavement and moving on|