Facilitator(s) Kate O'Halloran, Allison Priestman
Date: 12/05/2018 - 13/05/2018
9:30 am - 4:30 pm
About this event
Working Relationally with the Wild in Therapy
Allison Priestman, Kate O’Halloran
May 12/13 2018
For further information and booking please contact Kate
What does an embodied, relational and wild therapeutic approach look like? Is Wild a Place? Or a Process? Where is it to be found, and how do we invite it in?
We’ll be exploring ways in which liminal awareness, daydreaming, and embodiment meet, and offering the concept of Wild Mind as a way to think about working relationally across these territories.
We hope to create together an experiential and theoretical space in which to explore, play and invite insight: How do we use all of our relational resources, our capacity to be intuitive and intellectual, to be embodied and en-minded. How do we support Wildness …our ability to listen to the wider, wild intelligence inside us and of which we are a part.
Our aim is to create an environment where deep professional and personal learning can take place. We hope that the workshop will appeal to practitioners across a broad range of therapeutic approaches.
Location Anteros Magdalen Street Norwich
Contact Details Contact Person: Kate O'Halloran Email: firstname.lastname@example.org More contact details: Website:
Cost £180, £155 Earlybird (before 12.1.18)