Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Workshops

Interpersonal Dynamic Psychotherapy

Overview Research into the common factors of psychotherapy informs us that most approaches to psychotherapy are effective when they incorporate key or common principles of change. Goldfried (2019)...

Working with Trauma Experiences

As therapists and mental health professionals we all want to increase our effectiveness in helping people recover from traumatic experiences. Trauma responses are varied, being expressed in many...

Hope in Practice (HiP): Facilitating Therapeutic Change

Counselling and psychotherapy are fundamentally about the process of human change. In recent years, research has provided a clearer understanding of the elements involved in change. Establishing a...

Exploring Identity, Meaning, and Play in Therapy

One of the tasks of the therapists is to help people clarify meaning in life and to identify fulfilling and valued personal life and therapy goals. One of the difficulties of this task is that we are...

Working with Identity and Goals in Counselling & Psychotherapy

There are many things that contribute to therapeutic change. People usually come to counselling because some aspect of their life is not working as well as they would like. Most often clients...