Upcoming CPD courses

Sexuality and Gender Awareness

Fri Oct 29, 2021

A 2 hour ZOOM webinar with Tom Smithson

Understanding compulsive sexual behaviours

Fri Nov 5, 2021

A 2 hour ZOOM event with Silva Neves

Integrating Body, Breath & Movement within our Therapeutic Relationships using Trauma Sensitive Yoga

Sat Nov 13 - Sun Nov 14, 2021

A 2 day - 8 hour, CPD event on ZOOM with Lorna Evans

The Therapist’s Own Attachments- with Linda Cundy a 2 day live CPD event

Sat Dec 4 - Sun Dec 5, 2021

This 2-day event will help participants reflect on their own attachment history, personal and professional.

Meeting the challenge of race in therapy practice

Fri Dec 10, 2021

A 2 hour ZOOM event with Eugene Ellis

Working with loss of desire in couple relationships

Fri Jan 14, 2022

A 3 hour ZOOM CPD event with Janice Hiller

Working with the Menopause

Fri Feb 18, 2022

A 3 hour ZOOM CPD event with Sue Brayne

Reflections on the Pandemic, Covid 19 and Trauma

Sat Mar 12, 2022

Wimbledon Guild Counselling Training Conference 2022 a 6 hour Zoom CPD event with Lorna Evans, Dr Aileen Alleyne and Professor Brett Kahr

In Conversation with Susie Orbach

Fri May 13, 2022

A 1 hour Zoom event with Susie Orbach

Orthodox Masculinity and the Therapeutic Encounter - Working affirmatively with male clients

Fri May 20, 2022

A 3 hour ZOOM CPD with Dr Michael Beattie

Understanding and Working with the Internal Environments of People with Dissociative Identity Disorder

Fri Jun 17, 2022

A 2 hour ZOOM event with Mark Linington

An Introduction to Person Centred Creative Arts in Therapy

Fri Sep 9, 2022

A 2.5 hour ZOOM CPD event with Ani de la Prida

Understanding the Effects of Attachment Style on the Teenage Years

Sat Oct 8, 2022

A 1 day live CPD event with Niki Reeves

We need your help...

Every year, we provide financial and emotional support to over 2,000 people in our local community. Since Covid-19 that number has increased, and as well as helping our existing clients, we’re now also providing urgent support to hundreds more local people whose lives and livelihoods have been impacted by the pandemic.