Relational Change Online Gathering 2023
The Times They Are A-Changing: How We Navigate Transitions and Contexts
December 14th 2023, Online via Zoom. Cost £40
Many of us are experiencing a strong sense that our world is changing; that all the touchstones and totems that we have used to navigate our personal and professional lives have shifted and become unreliable. This raises some key questions as to how we transition these changing contexts. What can we use to guide us? How do we define our identities? How do we set boundaries and defend our sense of what is right and ethical?
During this day we will explore these questions together and journey along our timelines from the present moment, to the past and into the future.
The day will include an Introduction to the event followed by three rounds of dialogue and personal inquiry in small groups.
Experience of offering the RC Gatherings as low-cost, community CPD events, tells us that lasting professional bonds and firm friendships are created during the days. Many participants continue to meet years after the events. Whether you are a Clinician, counsellor, psychotherapist, OD Consultant, Coach, Manager or Leader, you are very welcome!
For further information on the 2023 Gathering please download the Relational Change Gathering 2023 flyer or email Mandy at email@example.com if you have any questions.
To book your place, please go to our Eventbrite booking site.
Workshops and Courses
The Relational Embodied Resonance of the Coach: Tuning in to the Wisdom of the Body
Saturday 9th September 2023, 9:30-17:30, London, UK.
This workshop aims to explore and develop our moment to moment embodied awareness in the service of becoming more effective in our interventions as coaches. Suited for ROG graduates, professional coaches and leaders using coaching skills in their role, we will be using creative experimentation, self reflective techniques and practice, whith sharing in small groups.
The one day workshop will be led by Naoum Liotas. Cost: £100
For more information, or to attend the workshop, please download the The Relational Embodied Resonance of the Coach flyer or email Naoum Liotas to book your place.
Post Graduate Certificate/Diploma in Supervision 2024: A Relational Change Process
Commencing January 2024, Kingston Upon Thames and ONLINE via Zoom. We are intending to run this as a hybrid course with two modules on-line and two face-to-face (three for those taking the Diploma). Please contact Lynda Osborne if you would like to discuss this.
Supervision is a requirement for counsellors, psychotherapists as well as coaches and many others in the helping professions. Whether working clinically or in a coaching setting with clients, it is not unusual for practitioners to experience relational and practice difficulties. This translates into the need for a supervisor who can offer new models and a fresh perspective as well as supporting competent practice. Our approach to supervision practice is deeply relational. On this 10 day course over 9 months, we will consider the relationships between the self of the client, the therapist/coach and the supervisor, their specific contexts, and the wider field, based upon our new matrix model of a relational approach to supervision and supervisory practice. You can download the BGJ paper by Chidiac, Denham-Vaughan and Osborne
The Relational Matrix Model of Supervision, which is also available on the Resources Page. This is what previous students have said about the course:
If you are looking for a professionally managed program that integrates and grounds theory with experiential learning in an inclusive and expertly facilitated environment, then this is the one for you.Jess Taylor: OD Practitioner
Thank you for a most fantastic course it has brought up so much and inspired me in so many ways.Debbie Greensill: Clinical Psychologist in NHS.
For these and other testimonials about the course, please click here.
This course 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. UKCP(HIPC) have said about the course:
The course had been written, staffed and run to a very high standard indeed. [...] The inclusion of the assessed clinical and theoretical presentations along with the skills practice gives a clear method of assessment and that coupled with the Supervision of Supervision gives a confidence that the graduates from this course will have been trained to become competent and trustworthy practitioners.
The workshops will be facilitated by Lynda Osborne, Sally Denham-Vaughan, Marie-Anne Chidiac and Naoum Liotas. Cost:£1800 or £1550 with early bird discount if booked before 30th September 2023.
For further information please download our Post Graduate Certificate in Supervision: A Relational Change Process flyer and our FAQ leaflet. For more details please contact Lynda Osborne at firstname.lastname@example.org or to book your place please email: Mandy at email@example.com
Relational Organisational Gestalt (ROG)
At Relational Change we are passionate about the need for organisations, groups and communities to develop in ways that support and sustain better outcomes and healthier futures. We offer a UK-based two year training certificate/diploma in Relational Organisational Gestalt, (ROG), leading to European Accreditation as a Gestalt Practitioner in Organisations. Please follow this link for full information concerning programme, faculty, costs and dates.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for booking.
Ongoing Course: Post Graduate Certificate/Diploma in Supervision 2023: A Relational Change Process
Started 26th January 2023, Kingston Upon Thames and online.
For course dates or further information please download our Post Graduate Certificate/Diploma in Supervision: A Relational Change Process flyer and our FAQ leaflet.
Our intention is always to satisfy hopes and aspirations of attendees at any of our workshops or programmes. However, if there is an occasion where you feel dissatisfied, we would encourage you to discuss your concern with your course tutor or programme lead. If this does not feel possible please ask to speak with another member of the RC leadership team who will carry your concern forward.