Upcoming Events

The consultant’s vulnerability as success factor in organizational change – Mayke Wagner-Froböse

The consultant’s vulnerability is rarely considered a success factor for organizational change processes. On the contrary, the client often expects the external consultant to have a grip on the process and to provide security and stability particularly when the client is facing uncertainty anyway due to the change process. We will explore the idea that...

£15.00 – £30.00

Being the therapist of therapists – Dr. Sue Eusden

This two-hour workshop will explore being the therapist of therapists, from working with trainees to those fully qualified. The overlapping of professional worlds and identities can bring ethical disorientation as well as edges of privilege and discrimination. How is working with trainees/therapists as clients similar and/or different to working with other clients? What are the...

£15.00 – £30.00

Integrating the poetry and neuroscience implicit in Relational Theory with Helena Hargaden

These series of meetings will be preceded by a short case study, talk or article authored by me. Participants are asked to bring a poem or lyrics of a song that come to mind when reading the material, including any connections made with neuroscience. Together we will have a conversation based on what people bring...

£15.00 – £30.00

Offering Support in a War Zone Stabilisation and Resourcing

When the stress is not ‘post-traumatic’ but current and ongoing, the usual approaches to trauma therapy are not appropriate. In this brief workshop we will offer some models to help participants and their clients understand what might be going on for them in overwhelmingly stressful situations and Andri will introduce some simple but effective exercises...

£15.00

Into the Mind of the Psychotherapist: When the Personal Becomes Professional – Dr. Steven Kuchuck

In this extended workshop, Steven Kuchuck explores the impact of the therapist’s life experience and psychological make-up on the treatment. By expanding psychoanalytic study to include an examination of events in the clinician’s childhood and adult life as well as related psychodynamic issues, Dr. Kuchuck focuses on ways in which these experiences, crises, and dynamics...

£50.00 – £100.00

“Sharpen your eye: roles, relations and responsibility in professional fields” – Maya Bentele

Based on the model of Bernd Schmid – Three-Worlds-Modell -, we look at the different role worlds or role-areas. How they are described? What is the difference between the three worlds? What are the impacts of these differences to the relations and responsibilities in the professional context? With questions related to the different roles, we...

£15.00 – £30.00

Permission, Protection, and Potency: The “Three Ps” Reconsidered – Keith Tudor

This workshop offers participants an opportunity to discuss a key piece of TA theory. Based on his article on the subject (published in the Transactional Analysis Journal in 2016), the workshop will review these concepts, and discuss Keith's extension of the classification of permissions. The three Ps are reconsidered not only as qualities and skills...

£15.00 – £30.00

Embodied Relational Therapy in TA: With and Without Touch – Edward T Novak

This lecture will focus on the embodied relationship between client and therapist in TA therapy. We will examine ways of attending to embodied relational dynamics that become available when therapy includes a more direct focus on addressing the two bodies in the room, with and without touch. The lecture is based in Novak’s embodied treatment...

£15.00 – £30.00

Traversing the Fault Lines: A relational approach to the treatment of trauma -Jo Stuthridge

  This seminar provides the opportunity to discuss a relational approach to working with trauma, based on a paper, “Traversing the Fault lines: Trauma and Enactment”. Trauma often involves experiences that have been unbearable for the mind to assimilate. When emotional pain becomes overwhelming, the psyche can shatter in an attempt to maintain sanity. The...

£15.00 – £30.00

Transcultural and Intersectional Self-Victoria Baskerville TSTA

This workshop will present a transcultural and intersectional Ego State model considering the influence of transculture and intersectional identity on self and other. The model considers the intersect and interplay between race, gender, and other cultural selves, accounting for the complexity of cultural experience and narrative. Through enquiry of cultural selves and through mapping on...

£15.00 – £30.00

The Impact of Sibling Dynamics in our Practice as Psychotherapists and Consultants – Servaas van Beekum

Participants need to bring a photo of themselves as a child that includes their family members: all siblings with or without parents. In this workshop, I will present insights into the vertical paradigm, central to Freud’s theoretical framework, and the reasons why it has become the dominant perspective in psychotherapy, in consulting and in supervision....

£20.00 – £40.00

Recurring

Women’s Group – Adena Franses

Wednesday evenings 6.30-8.30pm September 14th +28th, October 12th+26th, November 9th + 23rd. This is an opportunity for us, as women, to come together and share our memories and experiences as we have moved, and continue to move, through the different stages of our lives. We will explore the nature of our relationships (with ourselves and...

£90.00 – £180.00

Dates for your diaries – events already planned for the Winter/Spring 2023

Working with Dissociative Identity Disorder – Dr. Valerie Sinason – Thurs 16th Feb – 6:30pm – 8:30pm

The Ethics of Self Disclosure – A Panel Discussion – Ray Little, Karen Minikin & Carole Shadbolt – Saturday 18th Feb – 9.30am –12.30pm

Relational Supervision – Carol Shadbolt – Feb 23rd, March 16th, 27th April and 18th May

Relational Transactional Analysis – A Conversation – Helena Hargaden and Charlotte Sills – Sat 4th March 9am – 11am

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