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The Closure Myth: Building Continuing Bonds for Grieving and Bereaved Children

20/07/2019 10:00 am -1:00 pm

Brenda is the author of seventeen books and has appeared on radio and television and is a retired bereavement counsellor and trainer.  She says "How often have you heard TV reporters shouting outside a court after a murder or manslaughter verdict has been given, ‘ Have you got closure now?’  

Do you like me, think, ‘What do they mean  by ‘Closure’ ? And, what about the bereaved what do they think? The majority of children with whom I have worked, want and have continuing bonds with a family member or friend who has died. That connection sustains them in the aftermath of death and helps build resilience.

We will look at our own continuing bonds with those who are no longer physically present and how we help grieving and bereaved children to build healthy bonds. 


Psychodrama, Personal Insights Through Perls

14/09/2019 10:00 am -1:00 pm

As a therapist there will be times when you need support. Here is an opportunity for you to be selfish and to take some time for yourself. We will be using Gestalt techniques to open up our own channels of insight. In a caring confidential cocoon you will, I hope, be trusting your partner to take you through some of the Perls 'Theory Into Practice'.

Apart from the experience you will also be able to take away with you a comprehensive booklet and synopsis about his theories.   It will also be fun.


NICE recommended Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) 8 week courses

12/10/2019 10:00 am -1:00 pm

This is an introduction to the Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) course run by SECTCO

John will describe this course, which obtained NICE recommendation in 2004 and lead some of the meditations from it.

He is passionate in his campaign about trying to get this talking therapy mass commissioned, so that it can be prescribed by GPs, rather than antidepressants. His company (www.sectco.org.uk) has run 41 to date for several hundred vulnerable clients. His papers (section 9 of www.reginaldkapp.org) call for the Health and Wellbeing Board of Brighton and Hove City Council to get the Clinical Commissioning Group to mass-commission this course, to improve mental health.  

John is also an experienced trainer who has tutored on our Family Constellation seminar. 


Working with Client's Dreams;

09/11/2019 10:00 am -1:00 pm

Adults and Children; Using a Jungian Lens Perspective

This seminar evolves from  a six year research project in which carol has studies the phenomenon of children;s dreams. The study involved the method of holding a social  dream matrix with a class of 6 year old children in a British school. The children were interviewed about the social dream project experience and the findings were analysed form a Jungian perspective. 

Carol will share her research process , findings and perspectives on sharing dreams. Carol works with clients using expressive arts and she will focus on dream work form a therapeutic and educational stance. If you work in schools and work with children or adults and dreams are of interest.

You will experience a social dream matrix and learn about how to integrate dream sharing therapeutically and educationally.