therapy group and mindfulness training for therapists, counsellors and health professionals
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monthly mindfulness therapy group for therapists, counsellors and health professionals
A well held group can create a place of trust, where feedback, and sometimes challenge, from others as to how they experience you – and how you experience others – can co-create opportunities for deep and meaningful exploration. It can offer a space in which to deepen your moment-by-moment understanding of:
- your relationships – with friends, family, partners, colleagues and people you connect with in everyday life
- how to listen to yourself
- how to listen to others
- how to express yourself more authentically, more effectively
- what you want from life and how you might bring this into being
Bringing moment-to-moment awareness to how we experience ourselves – and others – can offer a regular, ‘live’ space in which to work, with other people, on things that come up in daily life. Group process can help us explore unresolved issues that continue to surface in group contexts (work, family, social); offer new ways of processing difficult emotions that recur or don’t seem to shift.
A mindfulness therapy group has life-changing potential: we can learn to connect with others and with ourselves at a deeper and more satisfying level. It can be an intense learning experience; an opportunity to work with the defences that so often hold us back in everyday relationships and prevent us sharing ourselves authentically.
mindfulness training workshops for therapists, counsellors and health professionals
I offer workshops for therapists and other health professionals who bring mindfulness into their lives and professional work or are interested in doing so.
who are the workshops for?
The workshops offer an experiential introduction for therapists, counsellors and health professionals who are new to mindfulness practice, and an opportunity for more experienced practitioners to deepen their practice.
what is involved?
We explore how mindfulness practice can support self-regulation as well as how appropriate mindfulness-based interventions may be offered to clients or patients.
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