How should we approach interpreting a counselling/psychotherapy session? How will the interpreting decisions we make impact upon the therapy? What does the therapist need from us in order to do their job effectively? So many questions in this domain and until now, very few answers. This webinar will give you an opportunity to develop your reflective practice in relation to the triadic relationship within a therapeutic setting.
Dr Wendy McIntosh
We’re delighted to have Dr Wendy McIntosh back by popular demand! In this session Wendy will explore the powerful psychodynamics of transference and countertransference including attachment and attachment theory.
Some people, most often due to a learning difficulty, mental health issues or children, have limited or unusual use of language. . It is here that the interpreter needs to employ all of their tools and break with convention in order to assist communication. This webinar seeks to remind you of the tools you currently have but may not be using. Jackie also shares her thoughts on ways of working and you will explore issues that could arise and how to resolve them through clear team working with other professionals.
Whether you’re mid training or been qualified for a number of years, dilemmas are a regular occurrence. How can we take the guess work out of the decisions we make? Wendy Ledeux will offer some frameworks to enable you to examine the decisions you make and the approach you take to your professional practice.
What do we need to consider when interpreting for Deaf patients on a hospital ward? How about interpreting for Deaf medical professionals and their colleagues? What are some of the challenges and rewards of working on the ward? How can we best prepare for these types of assignments? How can you accurately represent the professional client as well as the patient, whilst dealing with the demands of a busy hospital? What about interpreting a birth? What’s involved there?
Are you entangled in the world wide web when interpreting for web designers/developers? Interpreted for clients who are are back-end or front-end developers, web designers or digital content editors and would like to understand a bit more of the terminology they use? Want to pick up some tips for your setting up/enhancing your own website?