Supporting Wildness Working Relationally with the Wild in Therapy

Allison Priestman

Date: 12/05/2018
All Day

About this event

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? I will 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.

I 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.

My aim is to create an environment where deep professional and personal learning can take place. I hope that the workshop will appeal to practitioners across a broad range of therapeutic approaches.

(This workshop was previously advertised as being co-facilitated with Kate O’Halloran and for the whole weekend. My apologies for the change.)

11-15 Fye Bridge St

NR2 4PA.

Contact Details
Contact Person: Allison Priestman
More contact details: 01453 731226

£90, £75 Earlybird (before mid March)