Looking After Ourselves With Tenderness – Revisiting and Strengthening
This course is delivered by: Dr Wendy McIntosh
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Whether you joined us last year or not, we invite you to come along and explore how treating yourself with tenderness benefits not only you but your clients.
During this two-day workshop, Dr McIntosh will use experiential learning (Psychodrama) to explore a number of themes throughout the day including Vicarious Trauma, Compassion Fatigue, Boundaries, Transference, Limbic System and Attachment.
Early Bird Price: £216pp (until 28th February 2019)
Price: £240pp (from 1st March 2019)
Date: 14th-15th June 2019 Time: 9:00-16:30
Location: Holborn, London
Want to come along for just a day?
Priority spaces will be given to those who book both days but we’d still like to hear from you if you are only able to attend one of the days!
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Where to find the course
Citadines Holborn-Covent Garden London, WC1V 6LF
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Feedback from Wendy's Tenderness training day last year:
“Dr Wendy McIntosh is an amazingly knowledgeable trainer who held the room well, kept everybody safe & imparted knowledge with humour. Very engaging.”
“What a knowledgeable and charismatic person Wendy was. A pleasure to attend CPD.”
“Hard hitting, interactive... very relevant to our work at BSL Interpreters.”
“Good mix of theories, shown in a practical way & how you can apply”
“Really thought provoking”
“Well worth attending”
“It’s fantastic - a great way to learn, interactive.”
“It was an interesting look at the psychology of our interactions and what provokes reactions, stress, etc ... then strategies on how to manage this.”
“What stood out most for me was the organic way the workshop developed; Wendy had a beautiful way of bringing what we did to all examples of the course.”
“Lots of light bulb moments”