The ABCs of Relational Therapy: Part II – Developing Your Relational Skills

Course Content: the relational turn has brought with it a multitude of theories of intersubjectivity and how to translate these ideas into good practice in the consulting room can often feel like a challenge.

In Part II of this two part course we will deepen our theoretical knowledge by examining three different relational theories:  the developmental, the interpersonal and intersubjective systems theory. Using our personal experience we will consider how to translate these theories into practice and examine what they might look like in the consulting room. Participants are invited to bring case material as there will be opportunities for case supervision throughout the day.

The Trainer: Helen Rowland PTSTA has a keen interest in the therapeutic relationship, theories of intersubjectivity and how we translate theoretical knowledge into technical competence in the consulting room.

Who is this course for? This course is suitable for anyone who is interested in deepening both their clinical skills and  theoretical understanding of relational therapy.

Do I need to attend both Part I and Part II? No, you won’t be required to book both parts as they act as stand-alone courses in their own right. You can read about Part I here

The Venue: this course takes place at Physis training, 427a Otley Road, Adel, Leeds LS16 6AJ

Cost: £100 per day


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