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Welcome to our workshop programme!

 

If you have any queries about these workshops, any ideas for workshops that you would like to attend in the future or would like to support the workshop programme in any way then please contact our workshop organiser Helen Skelton.

 

We do not offer refunds unless the workshop is cancelled by us.  However, please let Richard Church know if you are unable to attend.  If the workshop is fully booked we may be able to re-sell your ticket to another delegate and provide you with a refund, minus the small paypal fee.

 

Workshop Booking Info:

Places on each workshop are allocated on a first come first served basis and buying a ticket in advance is essential.

 

 How to book

  • Select the pricing option you require from the drop down menu.

  • Click on the 'Add to Cart' button.

  • This will take you to your Paypal 'Shopping Cart' where you have the option to amend your order.

  • Once you are happy with your order you can 'Check Out' and pay with your Paypal account or credit/debit card.

 

If you don't have a Paypal account you can follow the on-line steps to set one up.  Paypal is a secure system which enables you to pay for tickets etc. on-line with ease and without giving your account details to the seller.

Workshops

FROM INDIVIDUAL TO GROUP AND COMMUNITY

Facilitator: Gill Wyatt

 

Date: Saturday 8th July 2017

Time: 9.30am for a 10am start - 4:30pm.

Venue: Community Base,  

             5th floor conference room,113 Queens RoadBrighton, BN1 3XG

Entry procedure: South Wing entrance, switch on intercom, dial 555, ask to be let in

 

Cost: £70 Full Cost    

         £50 Concessions/Student/Unwaged

 

CPD: 6.5 hours CPD certificate on attendance

 

 

 

From individual to group and community: What role for the PCA in the 21st
Century?


Given the complex challenges facing us today is PC therapy, as applied to
individuals and groups, sufficient  - or is there a need for this to be
extended to communities and societies? Is the person-centred approach often
seen as extending into this larger frame, sufficient?

Gill will introduce 'cultural therapeutics' and what it entails, and draw
from her recent experiences working within the community. We are living
within an evolutionary process, what shift are we being asked to make to
achieve the creative emergence to transcend the challenges of the 21st
century?

 

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Gill Wyatt

 

Gill Wyatt runs Creating Synergies, a facilitating/researching/consulting
service for groups, organisations and communities and is also the CEO of
Exeter Community Energy.  She has worked as a psychotherapist and supervisor
for over 25 years, has published three edited and co-edited books in the
field of person-centred therapy and has managed and tutored on both
postgraduate and under-graduate courses.