A practical introduction to 'Walk and Talk' therapy

07980 850 123 07980 850 123
5th August 2022, 9.30am - 5.30pm
Counsellors and trainees
Step by Step Counselling College, 7 Union Street, Newton Abbot, Devon, TQ12 2JX

An NCS Quality Checked CPD course for qualified counsellors who want to work outside.  

The day will cover a range of topics around the practical implications of working outside for both the client and counsellor.  In the morning, we will explore insurance, risk assessments and contracting, followed by an afternoon of working outside to practice some of the elements discussed.

​The morning session takes place at Step by Step Counselling College in Newton Abbot and the afternoon will start with a guided walk from the college through Newton Abbot to Bakers Park.  The park is co-owned by Teignbridge District Council and the National Trust.  The Council owned land is parkland with facilities for sports and activities such as dog walking etc.  The National Trust owned land is ancient woodland with a variety of well worn paths, public rights of way and meadows providing space for client work (skills practice) and reflection.

Completion of the course will provide you with 8 hours certificated CPD.​

For more information and to register, contact Simon Heath. 

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Hosted by Simon Heath

Simon is an Ecotherapist and Counsellor working in an integrative style using PCT, Gestalt and CBT. I am also Partner and Tutor at Step by Step Counselling College based in Newton Abbot, and have over 6 years experience in counselling training. I believe that learning should be fun, creative and experiential.

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