Saturday 6 April 2019
Facing the challenge of living in time: Our relationship to time and how its challenges emerge within psychotherapy
On Saturday 6 April 2019 at London’s National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO), Sue Wright will offer a workshop.
This one day workshop will explore how to become more observant of and curious about our personal relationship to time and that of our clients, and how the two interlock. Fostering an appreciation of how the existential challenges of living in time are connected to the issues people bring to therapy and how we might address them.
- To become more observant of and curious about our personal relationship to time and that of our clients, and how the two interlock.
- To have a greater appreciation of how the existential challenges of living in time are connected to the issues people bring to therapy and how we might address them.
About the facilitator:
Sue Wright works privately as a psychotherapist, supervisor and trainer. Her trainings in Integrative Psychotherapy at Metanoia, Psychodynamic work, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Dance Movement Therapy and the Feldenkrais Method all inform her work and she has particular expertise as a trauma therapist. Sue draws on these trainings as well as Relational Psychotherapy, contemporary neuroscience and Attachment Theory in order to integrate mind, body and emotions and facilitate healing and change. Sue has published a number of articles and her book Dancing Between Hope and Despair: Trauma, Attachment and the Therapeutic Relationship was published by Palgrave in 2016.
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