Race and Identity Experiential Workshop

Race and Identity Experiential Workshop

This workshop is presented by Michelle Brown & Serena Kelly

A one- day workshop for counsellors and psychotherapists

Saturday 3rd July 2021, 10.00am – 4.00pm

This workshop aims to develop understanding and effective practice of the impact for clients and the therapeutic process when exploring Race and Identity.

The day will be facilitated via experiential group learning by exploring our own race and identity through guided activities and reflective discussion.

*Due to this workshop taking place in person and it being a practical day there is a limited number of spaces. Places will be allocated on first come basis. We will operate a waiting list accordingly thereafter.

Participants will also have an opportunity to discuss their own experiences.

 

Venue:  ECS, St Paul’s Centre, 102A Church Street, Enfield, EN2 6PR

Cost: £50.00 (£40.00 for Registered Members of ECS )

To Book: 020 8367 2333   Email: info@enfieldcounselling.co.uk

Full payment should be received by 1st June 2021

Enfield Counselling Service Workshops

Enfield Counselling Service Workshops

Enfield Counselling Service workshop schedule and provision for students

During 2021 ECS will continue to run our popular workshops. We have secured some new highly experience lecturers to deliver more diverse and interesting topics relating to counselling and psychotherapy.

Learners on the Diploma courses are allocated two workshops a year that they must attend but will not be charged for. Those learners can choose which two workshops they would like to attend and register your interest with Richard@enfieldcounselling.co.uk via email as soon as possible.

We are aware that some people may be ‘owed’ workshops which can be negotiated separately to ensure that everyone is able to attend the number of workshops they need for the requirements of the course.

We hope this new system will offer all greater flexibility and that you will be able to find the two workshops that fit in with your schedule.

Some of you may want to attend more than two workshops across the academic year but please be aware that you will need to pay for the additional workshops if you have exceeded the two that are available to you. In other words the workshops are free to Diploma students to a maximum of two per year.

The workshops are as follows:

23rd January 2021 – Harrinder Singh-Dhillon – Group Dynamics

13th February 2021 Liz Good – Addictions and Perversions

13th March 2021 – Cameron Brown – Opening a Private Practice

27th March 2021 – Anna Santamouris – Dependency

17th April 2021 – Giovanni Felice – Pace Eating Disorders

8th May 2021 – Andrea Oskis – Attachment

Please note that some or all of these workshops will be repeatedly annually, some may be every other year or be adapted.

There will be additional workshops for 2021 which will cover areas such as race, difference and diversity and ethics. Details of these workshops will follow on soon.

Certificate students are welcome to attend but the non-Diploma students will need to pay the fee.

Private Practice

Private Practice

A one-day workshop for counsellors and psychotherapists

With Cameron Brown

Saturday 13th March 2021, 10.00am – 3.00pm

Opening one’s own private practice can be a daunting prospect. Many trained therapists struggle to take the leap.

Practical considerations will be explored on the day. Issues such as, where to work from – home or away from home, fees, public liability insurance, supervision, ethics and safety will be set out and discussed.

Commercial considerations such as advertising and marketing solutions, appropriate social media presence, networking, websites and direct marketing. Also record keeping, data collection and storage, accounting basics and tax considerations. All will be set out and discussed in order to assist those who are hoping to work privately to navigate around some of the pitfalls that can open up in any type of self-employment and enterprise.

There is no charge for diploma students*. Qualified counsellors are very welcome but must pay the fee below.

To register please email richard@enfieldcounselling.co.uk and pay fees if they are due by the 1st March 2021.

Venue: To be delivered via zoom, a link will be sent on the day

Cost: £50.00 (£ 40.00 for Registered Members of ECS )

* Subject to a maximum of two free workshops per academic year

Group Dynamics

Group Dynamics

A one-day workshop for counsellors and psychotherapists

With Harrinder S.Dhillon – Group Analyst

 

Saturday 23rd January 2021, 10.00am – 4.00pm

Drawing on psychoanalytic theory, this workshop aims to develop an understanding of group psychoanalytic development during the last century.

An overview of the main theoretical perspectives that have shaped group psychotherapy development in the United Kingdom will be explored – from Klein to Bion and Freud to Foulkes, the father of group analysis. Come and find out about the unconscious magic of circles and pick-up some group analytic mantras.

This will be an interactive workshop with some median group experience. Participants will be encouraged to discuss their own work and thoughts relating to multi-person psychology.

There is no charge for diploma students*. Qualified counsellors are very welcome but must pay the fee below.

To register please email richard@enfieldcounselling.co.uk and pay fees if they are due by the 15th January 2021


Venue:
To be delivered via zoom, a link will be sent on the day

Cost: £50.00 (£ 40.00 for Registered Members of ECS )

* Subject to a maximum of two free workshops per academic year

Eating Disorders

Eating Disorders

A one-day workshop for counsellors and psychotherapists

With Giovanni Felice-Pace – Counselling Psychologist
Psychologist and Psychotherapist Certified Transactional Analyst (CTA) CPsychol, AFBPsS, Counselling Psychologist HCPC registered, EUROPSY, UKCP, BACP

Saturday 17th April 2021, 10.00am – 4.00pm

Working with Eating Disorders (ED) can be disconcerting and dizzying for both persons involved in their treatment.

Together we will explore various ED, from Orthorexia to Compulsive Eating, their psychological origin and function, and their unfolding in the therapeutic dynamic, using a psychoanalytical framework.

Case examples will be discussed, together with some aspects in working as part of a multidisciplinary team and residential treatment.

The workshops sets itself to be experiential rather than frontal, the participants will be invited to have an active role.

There is no charge for diploma students*. Qualified counsellors are very welcome but must pay the fee below.

To register please email richard@enfieldcounselling.co.uk and pay fees if they are due by the 29th March 2021

Venue: Online via Zoom

Cost: £50.00 (£ 40.00 for Registered Members of ECS )

Seminar leader: TBC

To be delivered in person (tba) or via zoom, a link will be sent on the day

Dependency

The roles we play

A one-day workshop for counsellors and psychotherapists

with Anna Santamouris – Psychodynamic Psychotherapist

Saturday 27th March 2021, 10.00am – 3.00pm

This workshop will explore the roles we play in our family systems and the echo that plays out within our intimate relationships. An attempt to understand forms of co dependency; to try to answer the question of what love addiction means and to take a closer look the reasons why these dysfunctional (perverted) ways of relating develop.

 

Participants will be encouraged to contribute to the theoretical discussions and also to discuss relevant clinical work they may have engaged with.

There is no charge for diploma students*. Qualified counsellors are very welcome but must pay the fee below.

 

Please register your place below. Fees if payable must be paid one month prior to workshop date.

Venue: Delivered via Zoom. Links will be sent beforehand.

Cost: £50.00 (£40.00 for Registered Members of ECS )

To Book: 020 8367 2333 Email: richard@enfieldcounselling.co.uk

Full payment should be received by 3rd March 2021

* Subject to a maximum of two free workshops per academic year

Attachment

Attachment

From theory to practice and beyond

A one-day workshop for counsellors and psychotherapists

With Dr. Andrea Oskis

Saturday 8th May 2021, 10.00am – 4.00pm

This workshop will provide an overview of attachment theory, evidence-based measures of attachment (the ‘tools of the attachment trade’), contemporary research findings and clinical applications. The aim will be to make attendees’ current practice more attachment-informed, as well as equipping them with practical skills to integrate into their work.

Dr Andrea Oskis is a Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Middlesex University, London. Attachment theory provides the foundation for all of her teaching, research and practice. Her PhD was in the field of psychophysiology, looking at how stress links to attachment styles in adolescent development. The applied side of her work is conducted as part of the Centre for Abuse and Trauma Studies, based at Middlesex University, and involves training clinicians in evidence-based measures of attachment and how to use these to enhance different areas of psychological practice. Andrea trained at the Bowlby Centre and is a UKCP-registered attachment-based psychoanalytic psychotherapist in private practice in London.

There is no charge for diploma students*. Qualified counsellors are very welcome but must pay the fee below.

 

To register please email richard@enfieldcounselling.co.uk and pay fees if they are due by the 19th April 2021. Reserved places will be offered if not paid for.

Please note that there is a maximum number of attendees for this workshop.

 

Venue: Enfield Counselling Service, subject to conditions.

Cost: £60.00 (£50.00 for Registered Members only)

* Subject to a maximum of two free workshops per academic year

Addictions and Perversions

Addictions and Perversions

A one-day workshop for counsellors and psychotherapists

Clinical  Review

with Liz Good – Psychodynamic Psychotherapist

Saturday 13th February 2021, 10.00am – 4.00pm

 

Drawing on psychoanalytic theory this workshop aims to develop understanding and effective practice of the impact for clients and the therapeutic process of disordered and addictive behaviours.

Clinical examples will be given from various forms of addictions, such as, drug addiction, alcoholism, gambling, gaming, sex addictions, pornography and prostitution and recurring themes explored in detail.

There will be interactive discussions and case examples to explore working with this historically difficult client group.

Participants will also have an opportunity to discuss their own experiences.

There is no charge for diploma students*. Qualified counsellors are very welcome but must pay the fee below.

 

Venue: ECS, St Paul’s Centre, 102A Church Street, Enfield, EN2 6PR

Cost: £50.00 (£40.00 for Registered Members of ECS )

To Book: 020 8367 2333  Email: richard@enfieldcounselling.co.uk

Full payment should be received by 1st February 2021

* Subject to a maximum of two free workshops per academic year

2020 – 2021 Workshops

2020 – 2021 Workshops

Dates are currently being discussed for 2020-21 workshops and CPD programmes.

ECS endeavour to host workshops for this period that will safe for the attendees.

Workshops environments will adhere to current guidelines. Workshops will also be subject to change in order to accommodate developments in terms of procedure relating to Covid-19.