Working with shame
Shame is universal, we all feel it, but nobody talks about it. This workshop aims at breaking the cycle of secrecy surrounding shame. Underlining shame can be the reason our clients don’t make progress in therapy. It stops their process of recovery and prevents them from living their life to the best.
In this workshop, we will explore the following questions:
- What is shame and what purpose does it serve?
- What are the sources and triggers of shame for our clients?
- How counsellors assess for shame and how client’s express shame in the counselling room.
- What are the relational and neurobiological aspects of shame?
- How shame impacts the lives of our clients?
- How clients protect themselves from feeling shame in a variety of emotional symptoms and behaviours.
- How our own shame affects the work we do with our clients?
- What is the goal?
- Where healing from shame leads us?
- How to help clients heal the shame?
About the presenter - Kasia McMorland
Kasia is BACP registered psychotherapist, trained in person-centred and emotionally-focused models of psychotherapy. Her special interest is in current research in neurobiology and working with effects of childhood trauma.
Who is this workshop aimed at?
Counsellors, trainee counsellors, psychologists and other mental health workers.
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Hosted by Audrey Smith
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