In Todmorden: Therapists and Counsellors meet up

A meetup in Todmorden organised by Daniel Weaver.

For psychotherapists and counsellors with energy to discuss, share and experience. Food included.

When: SATURDAY AUGUST 13TH 10.00 – 15.30

Where: At the former postal depot, Rise Lane, Todmorden OL14 7AA

Ticket £30

More info and tickets on eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/psychotherapist-meetup-todmorden-tickets-372372966567

Daniel’s invitation:

Somewhere between a conference and a conversation; I have invited people from various therapeutic fields to come together for a day of sharing, reflection and development.

I propose that we use this space to discuss theoretical, emotional and practical concerns whilst reflecting on where we are individually and collectively in the work we do.

I have resisted the urge to completely map out the day with specific workshops. Rather I have set 4 workshops for the morning, whilst the afternoon session will be determined by attendees.

RSVP/booking is required for catering purposes.

Delicious vegan food will be available.

More info and tickets on eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/psychotherapist-meetup-todmorden-tickets-372372966567

enquiries and suggestions to Daniel Weaver: todmordentherapy@gmail.com

Morning workshops

Jim Davis will offer a workshop/discussion. Jim is an experienced therapist, supervisor trainer and workshop leader. His workshops are always thoughtful, informative and draw well on the skills and experience of attendees.

Daniel Weaver offers a workshop exploring non-verbal therapeutic exchanges. He works as a counsellor in both private practise and with a charity providing free counselling to people with learning disabilities and autism. He comes from a background in the expressive arts, utilising music, movement, visual arts and theatre.

Claire Pearl is a Psychotherapist and supervisor in private practise and training in wilderness therapy and working outdoors. She will give a personal account of working with Focussing, Shamanic Journeying and Nature including case studies, as a starting point for discussion.

Rufus May and Elisabeth Svanholmer will host a session on Compassionate approaches to voice hearing. How might we support people to change the relationship with voices they hear and live well with the experience.

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