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As part of Wimbledon Guild counselling service, the Counselling Training Team have been running seminar, conferences, and workshops for 16 years.

 

We provide an annual series of innovative, challenging and inspiring CPD events for counsellors, psychotherapists and psychologists. Through our events we present new ideas in thinking,  research and theory to help deepen understanding of the mind and help practitioners offer  best practice and increased confidence in skills and knowledge.

 

Our aim is to encourage interdisciplinary discussions between different schools of thought, by inviting some of the most  experienced speakers to contribute on range of multi modal concepts and latest developments in theory and research.

 

If you would like to join our mailing list for CPD events please email counsellingtraining@wimbledonguild.co.uk

 

New for 2016: Conferences / Workshops on Pre-Occupied Attachment, Contemporary Neurobiology, The Net, Pornography and Addiction, Attachment Trauma & EP, Working with Difference, Sexual Abuse, Borderline Personality Disorder, Shame, Rage & Envy, Trauma Sensitive Yoga and When Supervision is Difficult.

 

Speakers include: Amanda Jones, Linda Cundy, Dr Steve Farnfield, Maggie Turp, Anne Power, Prof Mick Cooper, Dr Graham Music, Ariel Nathanson, Margaret Wilkinson, Ruthie Smith, Karen Partridge, Nicola McCarry, Diane O’Callaghan, Dr Alan Corbett, Philip Stokoe and Sasha Bates.

 

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"This course has had a profound effect on how I work with my clients and learning how to repair the damage that my own insecure attachments have had on my life"

 

"Have learned so much and attachment theory has opened my mind to different ways of being with my clients"

 

 


Postgraduate and Foundation Diploma Courses

Postgraduate diploma in attachment-based therapy

Year One: Course of a Lifetime - SPACES STILL AVAILABLE

1 Saturday per month, September 2016 - July 2017

Registration deadline 02 September 2016

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Postgraduate diploma in attachment-based therapy: 2 year conversion course

1 Saturday per month, October 2016 - July 2018

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Diploma in attachment-based counselling

2-year course of 24 Saturdays, October 2016 - July 2018 download Download

 

 

 

"Best course I've ever been on"

 

"Wonderfully up-to-date and relevant"

 

2016 CPD - One Day Workshops

Identifying, understanding and working with personality disorder
with Philip Stokoe

Saturday 17th September 2016

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Narrative Theory

Storied lives: integrating narrative and psychodynamic practice
with Dr Maggie Turp and Martin Weegman

 

Saturday 24th September 2016

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The Invisible Men: Psychotherapeutic responses to men who have been sexually abused
with Dr Alan Corbett

 

Saturday 22nd October 2016

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Getting to Grips With Your Groups - From trepidation to exhilaration when you start working with groups
with Alex Dixon and Andrew Mallett

 

Saturday 5th November 2016

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