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Relational Change Gathering 2021

Hoping in Darkness: Gathering Climate Voices

December 10th 2021, Online via Zoom. Cost £27

There is urgency around us. We can sense it in our world, communities, teams, families and ourselves. For this year's gathering, we are delighted to welcome Donna Orange, psychoanalyst, climate activist, author of Climate Crisis, Psychoanalysis and Radical Ethics and Beatrix Wimmer, past EAGT president and current co-ordinator of EAGT Climate Awareness group, in recorded interviews to inquire into this urgency and what it means for relational practitioners.

For further information or to book your place, please download the Gathering 2021 flyer, or go to the Training and Events page.

Tickets can be bought from Eventbrite.

Gathering 2021 Flyer
Team Time Table Talk:A Gestalt Approach to Working in Teams

TeamTime TableTalks: A Gestalt Approach to Working in Teams

In this episode Dr Marie-Anne Chidiac talks to Debbie Wayth as part of the Team Time Table Talks podcasts, on what a Gestalt approach is and walks us through the "Cycle of Experience". Marie-Anne elucidate some key concepts in Gestalt, and how they're used with teams before going on to talk about the role of the facilitator and the importance of supervision when we're using ourselves as instruments in this work.

To listen to this podcast, please go to our Resources Page

Certificate/Diploma in Contemporary Trauma Practice 2021-22

From September 2021 to April 2022. Starting 17th to 18th September 2021, Oxford, UK.

The 2021-22 Certificate/Diploma programme consisting of six two day workshops (total 90 hours), will build your confidence, skills and understanding in working with trauma, especially complex trauma. Grounded in a relational perspective, the programme will offer a safe, non-pathologising and accessible approach to working with trauma.

The workshops will be led by Miriam Taylor, with guest trainers Ed Fellows, Margaret Landale and Martin Capps.

For more details please visit our Training and Events Page and download the Trauma Certificate/Diploma 2021-22 flyer or to join the course please call Martin on 07941 647740 or email: martin@relationalchange.org

Trauma Certificate/Diploma 2021-22
Supervision Certificate/Diploma 2022

Post Graduate Certificate in Supervision 2022: A Relational Change Process

Commencing January 2022, Kingston Upon Thames and online. We are intending to run this as a hybrid course with at least one module on-line. Please contact Lynda Osborne if you would like to discuss this.

The Post Graduate Supervision Certificate/Diploma 2022 Course dates are now available. This 10 day course spread over 9 months is UKCP (HIPC) recognised, meets BACP standards and is suitable for psychotherapists, counsellors and organisational practitioners with at least 2 years experience, wishing to be accredited to supervise others. Diploma track is also available. UKCP members who complete the supervision Diploma can go straight onto the HIPC Supervisors Directory.

The workshops will be facilitated by Lynda Osborne, Sally Denham-Vaughan and Marie-Anne Chidiac. Cost: £1500 or £1300 with early bird discount. For further details please visit our "Training and Events" page.

Relational Change, Summer 2021 Newsletter

Supervision of Trauma

In this month's newsletter, Miriam Taylor and Lynda Osborne describe the background and experiences which ground their new specialist trauma supervision workshop. This workshop is designed specifically to support both clinical and coaching/organisational supervisors in their work with the difficult area of trauma.

Read more in our May 2021 newsletter on our Links page.

This Months Newsletter

Our Mission

We help individuals, couples, families, teams, organisations and communities find improved outcomes through better relationships.

Venn Diagram of Values Relational Change Charter Training and Events Community Action

Relational Change promotes a relational approach in all walks of life. Together with our associates and affiliated centres in the UK and Europe, we aim to deliver value to people, groups and communities in the areas of Organisational Development, Community Building, Coaching and Psychotherapy.

We are an Organisational Member of INTAGIO and work closely with a number of partners across the world to develop the relational movement.

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A Community of Relational Values

Relational Communities of Practice

Capacity Building and Research

Please read our Relational Change Charter and Statement of Principles

We support the establishment of Relational Communities of Practice, (RCOPs). Read more about our Community Building approach.

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