Transpersonal & integrative couple facilitation training

02084 442 670 02084 442 670
15th October 2022 - 9th September 2023, 10.00am - 5.00pm
Counsellors and trainees
Teaching London L D B S S C I T T, 2 West End Lane, London, NW6 4NT

This exciting and dynamic once a month training is open to those who are interested in working in a professional facilitation role with couple relationships.

The training is open to therapeutic practitioners from a wide range of backgrounds such as counsellors, psychotherapists, psychologists, personal and executive coaches, group facilitators and clinical services managers. Our training focuses on developing the capacity to ma,p process and facilitate in a relational and dynamic way.

By the end of the training, you will have deepened your understanding of the psyche and relational dynamics in a way that inspires and re-invigorates your work, with effective skills in working with a broad range of relational dynamics.

We foster an inspirational and collegial atmosphere where it is safe to explore and step into new territory, utilising teaching within an experiential framework.

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Hosted by Stacey Millichamp

Clinical Supervision & Training is a training company rooted in Integrative Psychosynthesis with a Process Oriented perspective. Our trainers have taught for many years and we bring a vision of facilitating practitioners to deepen their own working style. supervisionandtraining.com contact@supervisionandtraining.com

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Hosted by Stacey Millichamp

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