Professional seminar 4: holding a bifocal perspective
Seminar four: holding a bifocal perspective: In this seminar we will look at working in the here and now, problem-solving, creating a continuum of the therapeutic process and how these three are related.
This seminar series was created with new therapists and counsellors in mind, but it is also of considerable value for the experienced practitioner. The seminars examine the various stages of the development of individual therapy from the beginning through to its conclusion and teach skills in how to handle difficulties in specific areas. Participants can begin at any stage or attend individual seminars.
Participants can begin at any stage or attend individual seminars. However, attending the seminars from one through to six is preferable. In 2016 the series cost is £418 or £73 for each seminar.
If you are interested in booking on the seminars, please either send a cheque payable to Maggie McKenzie or contact the Spectrum office for online payments.
About the host
The course leader is Maggie McKenzie.
Maggie is one of the directors at Spectrum and was the director of Spectrum Training. She is a leader on our postgraduate continuation programme, the director of the sexuality and anger programmes.