Workshops / Trainings / Courses

CPD (Continuing Professional Development)

If you’re a therapist wanting to keep inspired and informed you’ll find our CPD events are of a high standard.

The trainings are in small groups of 8 – 10 participants, providing an intimate and relaxed learning experience.

Personal / Spiritual Growth

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Upcoming Workshops

  • Sat
    28
    Oct
    2017

    Meeting with Ananta Kranti

    3.30 - 5.30pmThe Wilbury Clinic

    This 'batgap' video with Ananta gives a good sense of how, for her, the easy part is pointing people to realise their own true nature, but then she engages in the importance of how to integrate the insight into life. https://batgap.com/kranti-ananta/

    Ananta's fascinating story of awakening ripens in 1994 in a Japanese prison during a two and a half year period in silence. Come and hear the full story.

    Open to all interested in their true nature, already seen or ripe to see!

    Just £10 Dana for Ananta (non profit)
    BOOKING ESSENTIAL
    Book: therapies@thewilburyclinic.co.uk

    https://www.ananta-kranti.com

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Upcoming CPD Workshops

  • Sat
    11
    Nov
    2017
    10am - 5pmThe Wilbury Clinic

    Trauma Training for Therapists
    Saturday 11th November 2017
    10am - 5pm
    £70

    To Book: therapies@thewilburyclinic.co.uk

    sarah ketelaars-8824 (1)

    • Understand what Trauma, PTSD, Complex PTSD is
    • Psychoeducation - Understanding the neurobiology of Trauma and how to incorporate it into the therapy
    • Safe Trauma Assessment including Trauma line
    • Using and teaching Safety and Stabilisation
    • Self care contracting
    • Processing trauma
    • Preventing Vicarious Trauma

    This day will clarify what “Trauma” actually is and how to recognise the signs of PTSD and complex PTSD (and what the difference is).

    There will be a thorough explanation of what happens in the brain in trauma responses and the importance of working safely with such clients by keeping them in their ‘window of tolerance’. You will learn how to offer psycho education to clients to help them normalise and validate that responses to trauma are normal reactions to abnormal events AND it is important to acknowledge their destructive potential when the traumatic event is no longer occurring.

    We will cover assessment and information gathering and offer a ‘tool box’ of ways to regulate your clients distress levels. You will come away with a clear self care plan to work effectively with clients.

    The ‘Trauma line’, will be introduced and experienced. This is a creative way of developing a time line of life events using the symbolism of string, rocks, flowers and night lights.

    Vajralila
    Traumatolgist PG Dip

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