Brief & Focal work – A relationally-centred approach
With Tim Carrette & Neale Haddon
3rd - 4th November Early bird finishes 14th September
In this CPD workshop we will be exploring how to work relationally within a setting which demands a brief and focal approach to therapeutic work such as General Practice and many current IAPT service providers. With many years’ experience behind them of working within just such a setting in the NHS, Neale and Tim will be exploring this topic through two differing lenses; the existential relational model and the CBT relational model.
During the weekend we will be exploring:
Dates: November 3rd/4th, 2018
Fees: Early Bird: members of SCPTI £135, non-members SCPTI £175. Non Early Bird: members of SCPTI £165, non-members SCPTI £205
To express an interest or for more information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tim Carrette is an experienced UKCP registered Gestalt Therapist, Supervisor and Trainer at SCPTI who has also worked for over twenty years in the NHS. He specialises in both Sexuality and Spirituality in the therapeutic setting, and has taught these workshops throughout the UK and Europe.
Neale Haddon is an experienced and accredited Cognitive Behavioural and Gestalt Psychotherapist, Supervisor, Consultant and Trainer, with over twenty years’ experience in both the public and private sector. Alongside his thriving private practice he developed and currently runs the innovative specialist OCD & Anxiety group therapy programme for Nottinghamshire Healthcare. He is a Clinical Supervisor for psychological therapy professionals nationally and an academic Supervisor at Nottingham University.
An accomplished musician, Neale has always had a strong interest in the collaboration between the arts and the sciences.