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This two day (weekend) workshop, will help counsellors, psychotherapists and others in helping professions deepen their understanding of, and confidence in, working with their own and clients’ anger and rage.

  • This workshop defines and differentiates between anger and rage, explores the positive aspects of anger and identifies a wide range of ways in which anger gets distorted.
  • Presents neuroscience, academic and positive outcomes in psychotherapy research, which support a relational approach and methodologies for working with anger and rage
  • There is an opportunity to view a demonstration of the approach, skills practice, a supervision slot to discuss a case and opportunities throughout for Q&A.
  • Provides really useful models to guide participants’ practice and to share with clients, as well as methodologies that are both professionally and personally useful.
  • Deepens understanding about how a therapeutic relationship alone provides clients with everything they need to address their anger and rage issues.
  • Arms participants with up to date neuroscience, positive outcomes in therapy and academic research findings.
  • An empathic, relational approach will be experienced first hand as the process of the training mirrors the approach being advocated.
Location Exeter
Category Talking Therapies
Details of Event
Start date 18 Jul 2020
Venue Address Iron Mill College, 7 Barnfield Crescent, Exeter, Devon, EX1 1QT
Cost
Amount £180
About
Organiser Iron Mill College
Speaker Sue Parker-Hall
Website https://www.ironmill.co.uk/continuing-professional-development-workshops/anger-rage-and-relationship
Contact No. 01392 219200
Email enquiries@ironmill.co.uk
Keywords anger, Psychology, Psychotherapy, Relationship, Therapeutic, Therapy
Regions South, South West