31 Oct/1 Nov 2020 - 10 am - 5.00 pm
A 2-Day course with Tim Foskett
This course is offered in association with Essential Therapy Training and will take place at NLGT.
This Groupwork Training provides an introduction to groupwork theory and practice, for therapists interested in working with groups and those already doing so.
The focus is on participants developing skills in facilitating groups and using the resources of the group to support therapeutic change
The skills and theory addressed within the course will be applicable within a range of settings, from support groups to therapeutic workshops and on-going therapeutic groups.
The course will include:
· An introduction to a planning cycle for running groups and workshops.
· Input on therapeutic groupwork skills, exercises and facilitator styles
· Opportunities for group work skills development and coaching of facilitation in ‘live’ groups.
To book & for more information click here.
Tim Foskett is an accredited Individual (UKCP) and Group (AHPP) Psychotherapist, and a Couples therapist, Supervisor and 5 Rhythms™ dance teacher. He trained at City University, PHYSIS and Spectrum, within a Humanistic - Integrative framework. He is a director of North London Group Therapy, and has been running groups and workshops for more than 20 years. He currently runs 5 ongoing therapy groups including Therapy Therapy, a group for counsellors and therapists. More info from www.timfoskett.com
Feedback from course participants:
Excellent. Exactly what I hoped for. Lots of design ideas, how to strucure a group and tools.
Really valued the experience, knowledge and skill of the facilitator.
One of the best CPD courses I've ever done.
In association with www.EssentialTherapyTraining.com
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