The flourishing therapist
With Jane Sanders and Marcos Frangos. Organised by The Association of Core Process Psychotherapists.
We are offering a day of support and space for reflection, in the beautiful setting of Hazel Hill Wood, a 70-acre woodland off-grid education centre near Salisbury, focusing on nourishing your own core resilience in the context of being a therapist.
- time to review the 'ecosystem' of your working life
- addressing the challenges of stress, increasing complexity and overload
- tracking vicarious trauma and other contributors to therapist burnout
- nature connectedness, Shinrin Yoku (forest bathing)
- an opportunity to make connections with colleagues
Timing: 9.30 am (for a 10 am start) to 4 pm.
Our work together will be supported by log fires, time outside, delicious food, and good company.
Marcos Frangos is passionate about well-being, harnessing diversity, and putting people at the heart of change. He is a member of Wisdom Tree - a collective of facilitators and therapists supporting individuals, teams, and organisations to learn the resilience skills and behaviours needed to thrive in these challenging times.
Jane Sanders has worked as a therapist for 30 years and has been supervising therapists for over 20 years. She has been especially interested in how we can cultivate and sustain resilience and well-being and has incorporated mindfulness and ecopsychology into this aspect of her work. She is also a member of Wisdomtree.
Cost: Association of Core Process Psychotherapists members: £80; Non-ACPP members: £85
To book contact ACPP: firstname.lastname@example.org
There's an option to arrive the night before and stay at Hazelhill wood for people who are travelling some distance. There is an additional cost for this of £55 to cover overnight accommodation, supper, and breakfast.
For more info, please contact Jane on 01458 833 382 or email.
About Jane Sanders
This event is organised by The association for Core Process Psychotherapists