Domestic Violence

A one-day workshop for counsellors and psychotherapists

With Liz Good – Psychodynamic Psychotherapist
Saturday 4th April 2020, 10.00am – 4.00pm

Drawing on psychoanalytic theory this workshop aims to develop understanding of the impact for clients and the therapeutic process of working with those experiencing or suffering the effects of domestic violence (DV). Theoretical perspectives along with Clinical examples will be given from various forms of DV such as coercive control, psychological and or emotional abuse, financial/economic abuse, physical and sexual abuse.

This will be an interactive workshop. Participants will be encouraged to discuss their own work and thoughts relating to this common issue.

Please note that for Diploma students this counts 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.

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

Full payment should be received by 3rd March 2020

New: Certificate in Brief Therapy

Aims of the Certificate Course
This module will help participants to become familiar with the way in which contemporary
counselling and psychotherapy is in the process of turning towards “Brief Therapy” as a
preferred mode for some areas of casework.

This Course is intended for qualified practitioners (counsellors, psychotherapists) who are interested
in Brief therapy in a variety of contexts.

For full details including dates and how to apply to this course click here