Using 2 chair work effectively
Using two chair work effectively - Saturday, 13th April, 2019, Durham, UK. Led by Alan Leach.
'Chairwork is an exciting and creative approach to change and healing. When used judiciously and with clinical sensitivity, it has the power to transform and liberate patients in deep and profound ways' - Scott Kellogg, PhD
'Two chair' work has to arise from the immediate therapeutic encounter that requires timely and skilful application to ensure a meaningful experience for both counsellor and client.
The workshop will cover:
- Understanding the theoretical underpinning of chair work.
- Setting up, managing and working towards closure in chair work.
- Demonstrations and practice including dream work.
- Trouble shooting the pitfalls of chair work.
The workshop was recently delivered in Melbourne and Sydney, Australia for the Centre for Existential Practice.
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About Carole Howells
Alan Leach BSc.Clin.Psych. studied at the Gestalt Therapy Institute of Philadelphia and has worked in the counselling and psychotherapy field for 30 years. He has extensive experience in teaching and working with dreams, grief and shame leading workshops in the UK, Norway, USA and Australia. Alan was a member of the 911 British Support Team NYC