Facilitator(s) Allison Priestman
10:30 am - 1:00 pm
About this event
Friday, 18th of September 10:30am -1pm
Minimum donation £15,
For those counsellors and psychotherapists who have a longing to work outside with their clients the COVID-19 crisis could prove a valuable spur this summer and autumn. My aim in this webinar is to provide some support to that process.
On the workshop my aim is to find our path between:-
The practical – contracting, reconsidering the frame, the scope and possibility of client work outside.
The personal – supporting our own and our clients wildness. Exploring how to develop wild mind, or ecological consciousness.
The political – What hope can eco-systemic thinking offer us and our world at this time of turbulence?
Drawn from Wild Therapy the Ecopsycology approach developed by Nick Totton, that I teach and practice. My aim is to make this accessible, fun and enlivening. For those who value reading material, the webinar and will be supported by a Dropbox of Ecopsychology and Wild Therapy articles.
This workshop would serve as an ideal taster for my Playing with Fire Online course starting in October 2020.
Booking required. Please be generous if you can, to support those who can’t afford to pay much.
Contact Details Contact Person: Allison Priestman Email: firstname.lastname@example.org More contact details: 01453731226 Website: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/walk-in-the-wild-webinar-working-with-clients-outside-tickets-110787574618
Cost Minimum donation £15,