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We are Delighted to offer Events and Training Courses from the Relational Change Community.


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  • Relational Change Gathering 2017: The Mask that Reveals the Unlived Life.

    30th November 2017, Notting Hill, London

    Is there an unlived life in each of us? A part of us that is longing to live more fully? In this one-day gathering we will explore how to reveal this part through mask, movement, imagery and expressive art. Suitable for all, whether you are a therapist, counsellor, organisational consultant, coach or just interested in the work of Relational Change.

    The workshops will be facilitated by Sue Congram. Cost: £40. For full information please download our Relational Change Gathering 2017 Flyer or email: sueg@relationalchange.org for more details. To book your place, please go to www.eventbrite.co.uk for tickets.

  • Post Graduate Certificate in Supervision: A Relational Change Process

    Commencing December 2017, 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 5 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.

    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:£1250 or £1100 with early bird discount if booked before end September 2017. For further information please download our Post Graduate Certificate in Supervision: A Relational Change Process flyer. For further details or to book please email: sallyt@relationalchange.org

  • Relational Change: Certificate in Couples Work 2018

    Starting January 2018, Kingston Upon Thames, UK.

    This programme of five experiential and applied modules (over 10 days) offers an approach to couples work grounded in a relational perspective of practice. 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. Email: lynda@osborneuk.co.uk for more information or sallyt@relationalchange.org for booking. For full information on costs and dates etc. please download our Relational Change: Certificate in Couples Work 2018 Flyer.

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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.

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