Gathering the right information using genograms and other tools

07769 976 620 07769 976 620
Ongoing, 10.00am - 4.00pm
Counsellors and trainees
£130 per day or £330 for all three days of workshops
River House, Castle Lane, Coleraine, Northern Ireland, BT51 3DR

Accredited course. £130 per day inclusive of refreshments and all course material (if booking all three workshops together (loss, geno, and sex), then a discount of £60 will be applied (£330 for all three workshops).

This accredited training will give you the confidence and skills in achieving and gaining comprehensive quality and relevant background information about your clients, including couples. It will show you how you can use that information to construct helpful therapeutic interventions, enabling yourself and your clients to understand why past influences affect our present-day actions and interactions.

It will also show you how to understand past drives and influences which build common problems, as we are all influenced explicitly or implicitly by our cultural norms, our significant peers, or maternal others' environment and teachings.

If you’ve ever got stuck with your clients, this workshop gives you constructive and proven ways to help you to unstick them and gain understanding to make different choices with different outcomes.

All enquires please contact Ian on 07769 976 620, or via info@iwtc.org.uk.

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Hosted by Ian Wallace

Ian is a qualified Counsellor/Supervisor and Teacher having over 11,000 hours of client work and a specialist in helping people develop their skills. He constructs and facilitates workshops/training programs around the country for professionals, extending their awareness in understanding the human dynamic and helping people through difficult times.

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