Working with anger
Aim of the workshop
To help participants work with anger in the room; to not dismiss it or ignore it, but to help the client find ways to communicate and to be heard in a non-threatening way. This will be an interactive day with the opportunity for participants to share their experiences of working with anger. A facilitated space will be given to look at the different reactions and responses from the perspective of both sides (Clients and Participants). Let’s look at any related challenges and see what those challenges might be?
Will support participants to;
- give the client tools to express their anger where anger might be part of a presenting issue
- give participants tools to help facilitate space with their client
- find ways of helping clients express their emotions in a non-threatening way
About the facilitators
Lorraine O’Rourke is a qualified holistic counsellor trained in trauma, abuse, gender-based violence, complicated grief, and anger. She qualified with an advanced diploma in therapeutic counselling from Glasgow College of Holistic Medicine in 2011.
Lorraine currently works full time for an NHS Primary Care Mental Health Team offering brief counselling for moderate mental health problems on a 1:1 basis. She has extensive experience working with clients with anger. Previously Lorraine has been involved in working with children with a range of disabilities and group work within an acute mental health hospital ward.
Lorraine is Director of L & M Well Being Consultancy (CIC) offering therapeutic music group sessions to secondary school pupils.
Monica Cooper is a qualified accredited person-centred counsellor trained in group facilitation, coaching for change skills, solution-focused therapy, conflict resolution mediation and counselling in schools. She qualified from Strathclyde University with a post-graduate diploma in counselling in 2003 and has a certificate in person-centred counselling supervision.
Monica has worked within the NHS as a counsellor for over 15 years; primarily with adults with learning disabilities for 11 years and GP practice, but latterly within one of their Primary Care Mental Health Teams. She has provided her own private practice since 2007. Monica is an experienced group facilitator and trainer, delivering a broad range of courses and training days.
Together with Lorraine, Monica is also Director of L & M Well Being Consultancy (CIC) offering therapeutic music group sessions to secondary school pupils.
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About Audrey Smith
Greenwood Events aims to offer affordable workshops to counsellors interested in CPD, anyone interested in self- development or considering a career in counselling. It also aims to offer opportunities to stimulate networking and knowledge sharing among counsellors in Scotland. Visit www.greenwoodevents.co.uk for more information.