Workshops

Embodying Boundaries

The term boundaries is a well-known and used term in the field of psychotherapy and counselling. This workshop will give you the opportunity to explore your felt experience of your boundaries using Equine Assisted Psychotherapy.

Join us for some space to reflect on:
What do boundaries mean to you?
What do your personal boundaries feel like?
What does it feel like when your boundaries have been crossed?
How might becoming more aware of your embodied boundaries impact and support your therapeutic practise?

For:
Qualified and trainee counsellors and psychotherapists. 7 hour CPD certificate issued. 4 to 6 group size.
 
Date and Time:
Saturday 28th September 2019
Arrival: 9.15am
Workshop: 9.30am to 4.30pm
Please bring your own lunch.

Cost:
£90 per participant
Non-refundable unless the workshop is cancelled
Payable in full on booking’

Deadline for registration:
Two weeks before the date of the workshop

Co-facilitated by: Kathryn Morris-Roberts and
Alexandra Graves

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Embodying Ethical Principles

As Counselling and Psychotherapy professionals we are encouraged to actively engage with ethical frameworks.

These two, one day workshops, will offer you the opportunity to embody, explore and expand your experience of how you relate to Ethics, specifically the six universal Ethical Principles of:

> Being Trustworthy
> Autonomy
> Beneficence
> Non-maleficence
> Justice
> Self-respect.

Using Equine Assisted Psychotherapy as the unique framework these six core principles are explored, three each day, with the herd in the beautiful Derbyshire countryside.

For:
Qualified or trainee counsellors and psychotherapists in practise.
6 Hour CPD Certificate issued.
4-8 group size.
 
Date and Time:
Saturday 29th June 2019: Being Trustworthy, Autonomy and Beneficence
Saturday 27th July 2019: Non-maleficence, Justice and Self- respect
Arrivals from 9.00am
Workshop 9.30am to 4pm
Please bring your own lunch

Cost:
£90.00 per person per workshop
They can be booked together or separately
£90 per workshop paid in full on booking
Non-refundable unless the workshop is cancelled

Deadline for registration:
Two weeks before the date of each of the workshops

Co-facilitated by:
June – Gill Bradley and Alexandra Graves
July – Keemar Keemar and Alexandra Graves

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Embodying Self-care

As psychotherapists and counsellors, we feel what our client’s feel. We need to to able to do this to be effective, but it depletes us. Resourcing ourselves is therefore of primary importance. Self-care needs to be learnt, remembered and practised everyday of our career.

This CPD workshop offers an innovative opportunity to explore our individual relationship with self-care, while experiencing a nurturing natural environment with the Two Ash Stables herd.

For:
Qualified or trainee counsellors and psychotherapists in practise.
A 6 hour CPD certificate will be issued.
4-6 group size.
 
Date and Time:
Saturday 27th April 2019.
9.30am to 4pm, arrivals from 9am.
Please bring your own lunch.

Cost:
£90 per participant.
Paid in full on booking.
Non-refundable unless the workshop is cancelled.
 
Deadline for Registration:
Two weeks before the date of the workshop.

Co-facilitated by: Jonathan Browne and Alexandra Graves

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Walking the Labyrinth

Do you want clarification of an issue, dilemma or question? Come meet the herd and spend time connecting with the horses and the land. Choose your equine companion and walk the labyrinth together in contemplation seeking clarity for your ongoing journey.

The classic ancient labyrinth was not a maze to get lost in. It had only one path, traversing all parts of the figure. Such labyrinths were meant for ceremonial walking. Symbolically it is seen as a return to the centre, a movement into death and being reborn or going inwards and then outwards.

For:
Anybody wanting to experience working with Labyrinths. 6 hour CPD certificate issued. 4 to 6 group size.

Date and Time:
Saturday 1st June 2019
Arrival 9.45am
Workshop: 10 am to 4pm
Please bring your own lunch

Cost:
£90 per participant
Payable in full on booking
Non-refundable unless the workshop is cancelled
 
Deadline for registration:
Two weeks before the date of the workshop

Co-facilitated by: Kathryn Morris-Roberts and
Alexandra Graves

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Mini-Workshop Series

There are nine mini-workshops on the following themes:

> Communication

> Boundaries

> Assertiveness

> Relationships

> Self-care

> Family Roles

> Problem Solving Styles

> Body Image

> Leadership

Each mini-workshop is two hours long, for 4 to 8 participants and costs £240.00.

Service providers and organisations may be interested in booking one or more of these workshops. In the past, service providers and organisations have booked a single workshop for a group programme they already have running. Or they have booked a series to create a bespoke programme to meet their specific needs.

Please contact Alexandra Graves via the email or telephone at the bottom of the page to if you need anymore information or to book.

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Introduction to Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP)

This is a two hour EAP introductory talk and experiential session. The aim is to give a comprehensive taster of this innovative modality. The first part of the workshop is spent on the theory, covering the topics:

> What is EAP?

> Issues that benefit from EAP.

> What a session looks like.

> How does EAP work?

The second part is spent participating in activities with the herd.

For:
Anybody interested in finding out more about EAP. 4 – 8 group size.

Cost:
£25.00 per person payable on booking.

Dates:
Saturday 16th March 2019 and Saturday 12th October 2019

Time:
10am to 12noon.

Co-facilitated by:
Gill Bradley and Alexandra Graves on 16th March
Jonathan Browne and Alexandra Graves on 12th October

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