CPD Training Programme

Below you will find details of our Spring/Summer workshops for 2018. Please fill out the Booking Form 2018 and send it to us with payment to reserve your place.


Finding the Real Self; Identifying and Working with Clients with Narcissistic and Borderline Presentations – Karin Creasy

Saturday 17th March 2018, 10.00 – 5.00

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This workshop takes a closer look at the terms ‘Narcissistic Personality Disorder’ and ‘Borderline Personality Disorder’ used frequently in diagnosing and in clinical discussions, but what do they mean to counsellors and psychotherapists, and to clients, in the therapeutic relationship?


Working with Chronically Depressed Patients – Dr. Maggie Turp

Saturday 21st April 2018, 10.00 – 4.00

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This workshop will explore the challenge – familiar to all practitioners – of working with a person who describes himself or herself as ‘depressed’ or ‘chronically depressed’ or ‘suffering from depression’. Throughout the day, Maggie will be drawing on case examples from her own practice. Participants are also warmly invited to bring along their own clinical and personal experiences for inclusion in the discussion.


Working Therapeutically with Disordered Eating and Eating Disorders – Julia Buckroyd 

Saturday 16th June 2018, 10.00 – 4.00

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This workshop offers a general introduction to working with clients in this area. It aims to offer a conceptual framework for understanding the misuse of food, using attachment theory, and then to offer a wide range of strategies for working with clients.


The Web of Shame in the Therapeutic Space – Christiane Sanderson

Saturday 7th July 2018, 10.00-4.00

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Shame is like a virus that infects the soul and yet remains largely hidden. As a social emotion shame regulates social behaviour and is often shrouded in secrecy and silence. This workshop will examine the complex nature of shame, its origins and function.