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.
Sun07Oct20183pm - 5pm
Open Meeting in Truth with AnantaShow more details
Open Meeting in Truth with Ananta
Sunday October 7th at 3pm at The Wilbury Clinic, Hove.
3.00 to 5.00 p.m.
Only 15 seats! Prebooking & payment required ~ £15
Booking Questions ~ Jo-Ann: Events@ananta-kranti.com
Ananta Kranti is an International Spiritual Leader who has, for over two decades, been guiding others in her retreats and Satsangs. Ananta had a profound Awakening which led to Self Realization while being imprisoned in a Japanese jail for almost 3 years, she was released in 1997. Ever since, her whole life has been given to integrating, living and sharing what is Realised. She has a unique way to bring about Self Realization in those who are ready, through Direct Inquiry and transmission.
In this 2 hour Open Meeting we will drop into the deeper levels of our Being through guided meditation, following that is the opportunity for Q & A , deep exploration and transmission.
Upcoming CPD Workshops
Sun04Nov201810am - 5pmThe Wilbury ClinicShow more details
Trauma Training for Therapists
Sunday November 4th 2018
10am - 5pm
To Book: email@example.com
• 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.
Traumatolgist PG Dip
Sun03Feb201910am - 5pmThe Wilbury ClinicShow more details
Transactional Analysis Training for Therapists on Strokes and Games.
A Workshop by 2 Counsellors (Andy Spencer & Maria Russo)
Sunday February 3rd 2019.
10-5pm The Wilbury Clinic.
To book e mail Andy Spencer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 07760351733
Our experiential course offers the following:
• Basic theory of Transactional Analysis;
• An explanation of Strokes and Games and a practical exercise giving and receiving them;
• Ego States (Parent, Adult and Child) and how to use them with ourselves and clients;
• How to use Strokes with clients;
• A role play showing how a game takes place;
• How we can play Games with our family, friends (&our clients); and
• How to interrupt and stop Games in the therapy room and our personal lives.
Eric Berne, the founder of Transactional Analysis defined a stroke as a "unit of recognition". We all need strokes from others to survive and to be emotionally healthy. There are positive and negative strokes. Increasing positive strokes from others and ourselves improves our self care and provides us with a simple way of encouraging our clients to do the same.
Our workshop provides an explanation of the different types and strokes, the stroke filter and the stroke economy. You will have experience of giving, receiving and accepting positive strokes in pairs. We will also provide a number of ways to use strokes with clients and for your own self-care.
From a Transactional Analysis perspective, when we play Games we engage in a series of behaviours and transactions with others that leave us feeling bad. This is repetitive and outside of our awareness. Understanding the Games we play with others and choosing other ways of behaving can improve our relationships and increase intimacy. We can of course help our clients to do the same.
Our workshop provides a demonstration of a game being played out. We explain what happened during the role play in terms of the Formula G and the Karpman Drama Triangle. We also demonstrate how the scenario would play out in a game-free way. We offer tools to stop Games being played in the therapy room and your personal life. Finally an exercise whereby you can explore how and when you play games with your family and friends and in the therapy room with your clients).
You will leave the workshop with a good understanding TA and the two important concepts of strokes and games. You will also have a toolbox of how to use strokes and Games for self care and for working with your clients.