We are Delighted to offer Events and Training Courses from the Relational Change Community.
We are pleased to be celebrating the launch of a new book by
RC co-founder Marie-Anne Chidiac at the forthcoming Relational
Change Gathering (see below). The book
To read an interview with Marie-Anne about her book, please follow the link to the March 2018 Relational Change Newsletter.
29th November 2018, Kensington Unitarians, Notting Hill, London
At this gathering we will explore the power of non-verbal communication, and how we can support contacting through movement. Whether you are a therapist, counsellor, organisational consultant, coach or simply interested in the work of Relational Change, we believe you will discover something useful in this day of exploration and discussion. This is an opportunity for us to gather as a community, share updates on our work and strengthen relationships. We look forward to welcoming you.
There is also a social get-together at Pizza Express, Notting Hill on Wednesday 28th November at 6:30pm - let us know if you are able to join us!
The workshops will be facilitated by Helena Kallner and Marie-Anne Chidiac, and hosted by Sally Denham-Vaughan.
Commencing January 2019, Kingston Upon Thames.
Supervision is a requirement for counsellors, psychotherapists as well as coaches and many others in the helping professions. 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 Resources Page.
This course is UKCP 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 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 and Marie-Anne Chidiac. Cost:£1450 or £1250 with early bird discount if booked before end September 2018. For further information please download our Post Graduate Certificate in Supervision: A Relational Change Process flyer. For further details or to book please email: email@example.com
Starting February 2019, Kingston Upon Thames, UK.
This programme of five experiential and applied modules (over 10 days) will provide you with the competence and confidence to provide couples counselling and psychotherapy. The emphasis will be on a pragmatic and creative approach to working with couples within a relational frame. As well as practical processes and skills, participants will also be offered the opportunity to explore more embodied and experiential ways of intervening. The course is suitable for practitioners who wish to extend their work into or with couples, particularly for those trained as individual counsellors in Humanistic, Integrative, Person Centred, Gestalt, TA, Process or Contemporary Analytic approaches.
The workshops will be facilitated by Lynda Osborne and Marie-Anne Chidiac. Cost for indivduals: £1250 or £1100 with early bird discount if booked before 1st November 2018. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or email@example.com for booking. For full information on costs and dates etc. please download our Relational Change: Certificate in Couples Work 2019 Flyer.
From September 2018 to May 2019. Starting 14th to 15th September 2018, Central Oxford, UK.
The 2018 Certificate/Diploma programme consists of six two day workshops (total 72 hours), which aim to build confidence, skills and understanding in working with trauma, especially complex trauma. Grounded in a relational perspective, the course will include trauma theory and the latest neuroscience, as well as emphasising embodiment and development of resilience as a practitioner. It is suitable for counsellors, psychotherapists and other mental health practitioners.
The workshops will be led by Miriam Taylor, with guest trainers Sally Denham-Vaughan, Ed Fellows and Margaret Landale. Cost for individuals: £1,650 or £1,350 with early bird discount if booked by 30th April 2018. Cost for organisations: £1,800 or £1,500 with EBD. For more details, or to join the course please call Martin on 07941 647740 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org and download the Trauma Certificate/Diploma 2018 flyer which includes details of the course requirements.
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.
This is a Singapore based certificate level training facilitated by David Lines and awarded by Relational Change. Download the newsletter or go to http://www.davidlinesassociates.com for full information. Early Bird discount available until the end of June 2018.
We offer a "Train the Trainer Scheme" to approve selected and highly experienced trainers to offer some of our Core Training programmes. For further information and discussion please contact your programme lead in the first instance.
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.