Finding new ways in relationships

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24th - 25th September 2022, 9.30am - 5.30pm
Open to all
The Therapeutic Rooms, Taylor’s Yard, 170 Brick Lane, London, E1 6RU

Puzzled by why the same difficulties keep cropping up in your relationships Perhaps you’re good at looking after other people but struggle when it comes to getting your own needs met. Maybe you feel uncomfortable and tend to withdraw when anyone tries to get close. Or can’t help but lash out when you feel challenged.

This workshop is a two-day exploration, supporting you to uncover and work through the things you find most challenging about being in a relationship with others, and with yourself.

It will introduce ideas from the transactional analysis school of psychotherapy, using everyday language to help us understand what underlies why we think, feel and behave as we do. 

Sharing and exploring your thoughts and feelings in a confidential small-group setting, you will be guided by experienced relational therapists to unpack any repeating struggles in relationships and consider healthier alternatives.

When: 24th and 25th September 2022, 9.30am - 5.30pm (more dates available in autumn 2022)

Where: The Therapeutic Rooms, Shoreditch (E1), London

Who is this event for: Adults aged 18 or over. Please note that this is a space for individual reflection, and is not intended for couples to attend together.

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Hosted by Deliana Ianeva

Deliana Ianeva and Chris Elcombe are qualified counsellors, registered with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, and in advanced training as psychotherapists.


Hosted by Deliana Ianeva

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