Weekly therapy group

01453 766 310 01453 766 310
Counsellors and trainees
Gloucestershire Counselling Service, Alma House, 52/53 High Street, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL5 1AP

This is a great opportunity to join a weekly therapy group, held every Wednesday 1.30 pm - 3pm at GCS. Led by Di King, the purpose of the group is to develop essential self-awareness and group experience. The group is for anyone who is working as a therapist or counsellor or if you are training or considering training in the therapeutic professions.

Who is it for?

This is a weekly therapy group that is not connected to any training course and open to anyone with relevant experience of therapy. This group is for you if you are interested in working in a group setting, keen to explore your personal development, how you relate with others and you want to think about the groups you are in at work or in your private life.

The group

Although the group is not connected to any training course it is an excellent adjunct to any current training or to develop further experience of working in a group setting or as a bridge to postponed training.

How to book

Contact: Training.bookings@gloscounselling.org.uk 01453 766 310

Visit: www.gloscounselling.org.uk

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Hosted by Gloucestershire Counselling Service

The Group Conductor, Di King is an experienced Individual and Group Analytic Psychotherapist. She is a member of Group Analysis International and Group Analysis South West which is based in Bristol. Her interest is in groups in general and as a model for both personal development and clinical work.


Hosted by Gloucestershire Counselling Service

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