Training developed /delivered
Over the years I have developed several CPD training programmes accredited by Bath University around the effects of addiction on families; Other training commissioned and delivered to schools' staff, therapists and social care professionals, include:
Training & Groups currently on offer at The Practice
The idea of setting up ''The Practice'' in Shaftesbury Dorset was born from the desire to support counsellors /psychotherapists at different stages of their professional development and from the need for affordable, high quality CPD training days.
Training workshops & groups currently available:
Therapeutic use of Genograms
A genogram can be an incredibly helpful therapeutic tool to give the client an overview of relationships, repetitive patterns of behaviours and generational transmission of beliefs and coping strategies. It can highlight spoken and unspoken emotional rules and roles adopted in the past that continue to affect the present.
Working with systems in mind (organizations, families, groups)
Introduction to systemic concepts and tools to expand the perspective of your work with individuals, families and couples. ( using concepts and experiential work around sculpt-family roles)
Creative Journaling Group
Journaling allows us to explore our innermost thoughts, beliefs and ideas in a way in which we can connect with our unique self. The group is for counsellors/psychotherapists looking to develop their own reflective practice in conjunction with other areas of support.
The session include creative activities aimed at extending our perceptions and range of self expression.
Group facilitator : Jane Garbutt .
For more info & to book a place please contact Jane Garbutt [email protected]
Art-Therapy series: understanding countertransference through collage.
The workshop uses the making of collages to explore and make sense of the emotional impact the work with clients has .No knowledge of art techniques is required.
The 'mouse' in the room : working with shame.
The workshop explores shame issues in the therapy room, ways to identify it, understand its meaning, origins and functions.
Exploring ones' areas of 'clinical strength' in therapeutic work with clients
The worshop helps to identify and maximize areas of strengths, resources and to work more creatively. We will be drawing from a number of theoretical models and also integrating some ideas from coaching when discussing clients' work.
Integrating TA concepts in your everyday practice
Please enquire for dates and more information