Working with antagonistic, anxious adolescents by Nick Luxmoore
52/53 High Street
Why attend this workshop?
The workshop will be experiential and practical as well as theoretical, exploring the anxiety and the antagonism at the heart of young people’s development. We’ll look at issues such as dependence, separation, death, guilt, sex, failure, aggression, anger, hatred, chaos, ambivalence and disappointment.
The day will be an opportunity to explore individual and group processes through experience and case material.
We’ll think about our own experiences as well as the experiences of the young people with whom we’re working. We will practise and learn together.
The day will be highly relevant for you if you are a counsellor, therapist or a professional working with young people in education, health, social services or in other contexts.
Nick Luxmoore is a psychotherapist, supervisor, trainer & author. He is a prolific author, recently publishing 'Working with Antagonistic, Anxious Adolescents'. Nick also writes for ‘Psychology Today’ and for BACP’s Children, Young People & Families magazine, and he currently works as a freelance trainer, counselling supervisor and writer.