Exploring 12 irrational beliefs about therapy
This one day experiential workshop will explore the common irrational beliefs counsellors can hold about the therapeutic process and how this can sometimes create difficulties when working with clients, and lead to a considerable amount of stress.
Participation in the day will allow you to:
- Identify the most common irrational beliefs
- Consider how these might emerge, and be maintained, in personal, professional and societal contexts
- Evaluate their impact on therapeutic work
- Explore how these beliefs can be experienced in a more rational and less stressful way.
About the host
Steven Wells, BACP (Accred.) and UKCP Registered
Psychotherapist, supervisor and trainer — with over 25 years experience of training counsellors and facilitating personal development groups.