The Parent-Child relationship from Birth to Adulthood
IPSWICH HUMAN GIVENS TRAINING
The Parent-Child Relationship from Birth to Adulthood
A one-day workshop with tutor:Miriam Chachamuhttp://www.hgi.org.uk/register/Therapists/Miriam-Chachamu.htm
Author of How to Calm a Challenging Child: Foreword by Cassandra Jardine, The Daily Telegraph ISBN-10: 0572034954
Looking into the dynamics of parent-child relationships over time. Our relationship with our parents, and then with our children, have an immense impact on our development and our emotional well-being. Yet this important topic is rarely explored systematically or in depth.
A better understanding of the parent-child relationship over time can help us become more effective in our communication with both our children and our parents, and can go a long way towards healing any difficult feelings we may have as a result of our own upbringing.
The course will combine knowledge about family relationships with practical communication skills. It will offer opportunities to discuss and reflect on your own relationships as well as on your client work.
More about Miriam Chachamu:
Miriam is a Systemic Family Psychotherapist and a Human Givens Practitioner. Miriam has extensive experience of working with families, couples and individuals in various settings. She offers short-term interventions, helping her clients improve the quality of their lives and their relationships.
She now divides her time between seeing individuals and couples in her busy private practice and working as a family psychotherapist in her local Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service. Miriam also gives regular training to parents and professionals and is a tutor for Human Givens College. Her first book for parents, How to Calm a Challenging Child was published in 2008 (Foulsham) to excellent reviews.
What will you gain from attending:
A deeper understanding of human emotional needs and how they play out in family relationships
Latest research about relationships between parents and children
A wider perspective for looking into individual psychological difficulties
Practical suggestions for helping parents and children better understand each other’s perspective and as a result enjoy each other more
An opportunity to gain some insight into your own family relationships
Effective communication skills you can use as a therapist or as a parent
Six Hours CPD
Who should attend?
Professionals working with children or with families whether in health or education
Therapists working with individuals and families who would like to gain a wider perspective into their clients’ difficulties; together with skills for helping them to move on.
Parents who would like to better understand their children and learn effective communication skills
Any person who once was a child.
Cost: £55.00 Includes Buffet Lunch, Refreshments, Course Notes, and Certificate of Attendance
Contact: Mr Cliff Emmerson 01473 727197 or 07793679489
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