Saturday, February 20, 2010

More CPD Stuff


Including Brian Thorne and Dave Mearns - October 30 2010

24 April - ‘No Person is an Island ’ - Race, ethnicity, culture and society: A ‘transcultural’ perspective to psychotherapy.
Workshop with Colin Lago

29 May - Working at Relational Depth in Counselling
Workshop with Mick Cooper

30 May - The Therapeutic Power of the Arts
Workshop with Helen Cruthers

19 June - ‘Potentiality’, Counselling young people in Schools from a Person Centred Perspective (full details of this workshop to be confirmed).
Workshop with Susan McGinnis

30 October - Brian Thorne and Dave Mearns
For many of you Brian Thorne and Dave Mearns will need no introduction. As inspirational pioneers of the person centred counselling approach in Britain, Europe and beyond and prolific authors and co-authors of the best seller ‘Person Centred Counselling in action’ (3rd edition 2007) their reputation as practitioners, teachers, trainers and writers is of the highest merit and regard in the field of counselling and psychotherapy.

At present the possible flavour for this day event at this developmental stage is ‘where are they now?’ an exploration and reflection on how very different paths and core experiences of faith and atheism can lead to a similar deep valuing of humanity and an inclination to be particularly 'present' in working with others. (Full details of the day to follow in due course.)

Events all take place at Glyndwr University, Wrexham (North Wales border)

For further details:
T: 0560 3199080 E:


Introduction to Psychosexual Therapy
Workshop by Muriel O’Driscoll (counsellor, coach, psychosexual therapist, educator and author)

Sunday, 25 April 2010, 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Contemporary Urban Centre, 41-51 Greenland Street, Liverpool, L1 0BS
£75.00 (lunch included)

A discount of £10 will be given to diploma students and those working in the voluntary sector and a further £5 discount will be given to anyone paying in full before 1 April 2010.

Full details and booking information can be found at:

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