An introduction to process-oriented bodywork with symptoms and illness
An introduction to process-oriented bodywork with symptoms and illness with Emily Hodgkinson, Dip PW, UKCP, on Saturday 8th February 2020.
Information about the training and day content
How often have you wondered what the connection is between your client’s physical illnesses and their psychological processes? In this workshop we will look at how body symptoms and illnesses express aspects of ourselves that are marginalised, repressed, or simply not yet known, and learn about a process-oriented approach to body symptoms that sees them as an expression of our inner diversity, as a complementary approach to conventional medicine in which illness is only pathologised. You'll also have opportunities to learn and try out techniques to directly unfold the body’s messages. Note that this workshop does not qualify you to work with clients as a process-oriented bodyworker but is intended as a taster to enhance awareness.
As there will be opportunities to learn by working with your own material, please note that self-care is essential and that you are responsible for your own well-being.
About the trainer
Emily is a UKCP-accredited psychotherapist who gained her diploma in process-oriented psychology in 2009. She is also an experienced trainer and group facilitator who has worked with the public sector, voluntary and grassroots organisations, specialising in diversity, conflict, ecopsychology, and sexuality. Emily is continually grounded, inspired, and guided by the wisdom of the body.
About process-oriented psychology (process work)
Venue: Leicester (TBC)
Date and time: Saturday 8th February 2020 / 10 am-5 pm (9.30 am registration)
£79.00 + VAT
Refreshments included. Please bring your own lunch.
CPD hours: Six hours and certificate of attendance provided.
About Rima Sidhpara
Rutland House counselling and psychotherapy Ltd provides high quality professional development training to counsellors, psychotherapists and health professionals in the midlands. Training is delivered by highly trained and experienced trainers and the training facilities are to an excellent standard.