Feeling the fear: What next?
A two-day experiential workshop for qualified practitioners, to support us in recognising our behaviour in practice which we design to hide our fear.
Our bodies are able to alert us. We use our intellect to mask it.
Fear can show itself in many ways – for example, talking too much, talking too little, needing to explain, needing to know
Let’s give ourselves permission to unmask our fears and explore our ability to make use of all ourselves.
We are practitioners experienced in working one to one and in groups with clients, supervisors and staff in contexts including independent practice, educations, organisations, and the NHS using models including person-centred and attachment-based psychotherapy.
I have been working with groups and individuals independent of organisations for several years. My earlier experience with groups and individuals was in education. I love my work and experiencing with others how we do this. Here’s an invitation for just this. Looking forward to seeing you.
For 20 years I have worked with people affected by critical, chronic and terminal illness and the loved ones and staff who care for them. I have particularly enjoyed introducing organisations including the NHS to interventions designed to support staff in understanding and managing the fear surrounding this work.
Dates: 30th-31st January 2021
Schedule for both days:
- 9:30am – start
- 12:30-2pm – lunch
- 5pm – finish
If booked and paid before January 10th 2021, you will receive an early bird discount of 17% (£199).
To book your place please contact us via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hosted by Nottingham Women's Counselling Service
Linda Smith and Mike Worrall. Our service supports twenty counsellors, all of whom are qualified to diploma level and above and are either accredited by the British Association for Counsellors and Psychotherapists or are working towards the qualification.