The third and final part of this CPD series.
This course is designed to offer the opportunity to explore the impact on life when a family member identifies/is identified as autistic. We will open a space for dialogue and exploration to consider the unique impact on each of our personal relationships and lives. We will look at issues of grief, loss, and the spectre of othering. Using the Relational TA principles and practice I will present a new three-stage developmental model with which to understand autism and its personal meanings:
• a dawning awareness
• hiding and shame
• living in the world
These workshops are open to practitioners, either in a personal or closely connected professional capacity. By drawing from personal and clinical examples we will bring life to this model.
Tess Elliott MSc (Psych) TSTA (P), CTA, Cert Ed. UKCP Registered Psychotherapist and Supervisor.
Tess is an independent Psychotherapist and Supervisor in private practice. Before training as a psychotherapist, she worked for over 30 years with children, parents, and families. Her professional life both as a psychotherapist and as an educator has always held a particular sensitivity around inclusion, diversity, and the spectre of othering.
Participants are asked to commit to all three sessions and to have their cameras on. These sessions will not be recorded to protect confidentiality.
Places are limited to 8 and so early booking is advised.
Cost £45.00 for members, £90.00 for non-members
Ticket sales will end Sunday 29th October at 12 noon
The Zoom Link will be sent out to all participants the day before the event.