‘You choose your friends but you don’t choose your siblings’

Thinking about sibling issues brought to therapy by adult clients

A one-day workshop for trainees counsellors and psychotherapists with Sally Despenser

Saturday 28th March 2020, 10.00am – 4.00pm

This one day experiential, interactive workshop focuses on sibling issues brought to therapy by adult clients, including past and current difficulties in family relationships.

We will explore:

  • What childhood events and patterns may have influenced sibling interaction in adulthood
  • Issues which arise in different family constellations – step, half, blended, no siblings, ill or dead siblings.
  • Difference, envy, competition and loss, and how these may appear in the transference
  • Flash points in the life stages of sibling relationships

Sally Despenser is a freelance trainer, counsellor, supervisor and writer. She draws on 30 years of professional experience in a wide range of settings. She has written several CPD e-learning modules for BACP, and for 5 years ran CPD courses for BACP Events.

Please note that for Diploma students this course can count as one of their two annual compulsory workshops. 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.
Maximum group size of 18

Venue: ECS, St Paul’s Centre, 102A Church Street, Enfield, EN2 6PR
Cost: £60.00 (£50.00 for Registered Members of ECS )
To Book: 020 8367 2333 Or Email Us

Full payment should be received by 28th February 2020